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Advice to Bankers on Nonprofits
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Behind the Foundation Curtain
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Fundraising the SMART Way
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Why Do People Struggle to Ask Face-to-Face?
Henry Freeman Tip 01 – Small Windows into Life: How We Experience the World Around Us
Henry Freeman Tip 02 – The Fundraiser as Guest
Henry Freeman Tip 03 – Heart vs. Head Fund-Raising
Henry Freeman Tip 04 – Signs of a Donor’s Emotional Connectedness to Your Organization
Henry Freeman Tip 05 – When “No” is Actually “I Don’t Want to Talk About It”
Henry Freeman Tip 06 – Setting Aside Emotional Space (and Time) for the Older Donor
Henry Freeman Tip 07 – Making Space for Wealthy (and Well-known!) People at Your Table
Henry Freeman Tip 08 – What is “A Lot of Money”?
Henry Freeman Tip 09 – When Raising More Money is Easier than Raising Less
Henry Freeman Tip 10 – The Power of the Statement: “What you just said could really be helpful”
Henry Freeman Tip 11 – Opening the Door for a Future Visit
Henry Freeman Tip 12 – Making People Comfortable During a First Visit
Henry Freeman Tip 13 – Looking Beyond the Next Gift
Henry Freeman Tip 14 – Your Role as the Fourth Partner
Henry Freeman Tip 15 – Letting the Donor “Lead You” to What is Important and What is Not
Henry Freeman Tip 16 – The Ask as an Act of “Confident Vulnerability”
Henry Freeman Tip 17 – The Float: The Ask as Inquiry
Henry Freeman Tip 18 – Listening: What is Too Much… And What is Too Little?
Henry Freeman Tip 19 – The Top-Down Principle: Organizing Your Office, Time, and Work
Henry Freeman Tip 20 – Internal vs. External Language and Communications
Henry Freeman Tip 21 – The Importance of “Organizational Hum”
Henry Freeman Tip 22 – Uncovering the Nuggets: Seeding the Field
Henry Freeman Tip 23 – Moving Beyond Donor Cultivation
Henry Freeman Tip 24 – The Solicitation Ladder
Henry Freeman Tip 25 – Determining What is – or Should Be – a Major Gift for Your Organization?
Henry Freeman Tip 26 – Donor Acquisition: Some Hard Realities
Henry Freeman Tip 27 – Determining Gift Capability
Henry Freeman Tip 28 – The Donor Pie Chart: A Cost Efficient Way to Increase Your Numbers
Henry Freeman Tip 29 – How Much Time Should I Spend “Out of the Office”?
Henry Freeman Tip 30 – Who Are Your Best Planned Gift Prospects?
Henry Freeman Tip 31 – Special Event Fundraising: The Questions Often Not Asked
Henry Freeman Tip 32 – When the Tail Wags the Dog
Henry Freeman Tip 33 – The “Rubber Band Test”: Avoiding Organizational Drift
Henry Freeman Tip 34 – Which Way is the Train Headed?
Henry Freeman Tip 35 – Turning Over the Bottle Caps: Finding Your Major Donor Prospects
Henry Freeman Tip 36 – The Importance of Institutional Memory
Henry Freeman Tip 37 – Making “Space Available” for the Unexpected Large Gift
Henry Freeman Tip 38 – Triangling Important Relationships
Henry Freeman Tip 39 – Tipping Point People Within Your Constituency
Henry Freeman Tip 40 – Tracking Gift Income: A Practical (and Useful) Development Office Report
Henry Freeman Tip 41 -Keeping the Ask Simple
Henry Freeman Tip 42 – The 80/20 Rule
Henry Freeman Tip 43 – Evaluating Staff Performance: Pitfalls to Avoid
Henry Freeman Tip 44 – Building an “Updraft” As You Near Your Campaign Goal
Henry Freeman Tip 45 – The Team Visit: Who Does What and Who Sits Where?
Henry Freeman Tip 46 – Bequests: The Centerpiece of an Effective Planned Gift Program
Henry Freeman Tip 47 – The Challenges of a “Group Ask”
Henry Freeman Tip 48 – The Solicitation Safety Net
Henry Freeman Tip 49 – The Impromptu Thank You Call (Following a Gift)
Henry Freeman Tip 50 – The Impromptu Phone Call (No Special Occasion)
Nine Guiding Principles for Successful Fundraising
The Non-Profit Board’s Guide to Successful Fundraising: 8 Core Principles
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