Author Archives | Amy Eisenstein

Amy Eisenstein has written 9 posts on Step By Step Fundraising.



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4 Rock-Solid Ways to Raise More Year-End Money, by Amy Eisenstein

Posted on 07 November 2011

Greetings!  Today, I have another terrific guest article to share with you.  This time, author of 50 Asks in 50 Weeks and certified fundraising consultant Amy Eisenstein, (pictured at left) has been kind enough to share one of her recent blog posts with us. If you’ve never visited Amy’s site, TriPointFundraising, I highly suggest that you take a [...]

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4 Simple Steps to Asking Individuals for Donations, by Amy Eisenstein

Posted on 04 October 2011

Greetings!  Today, I have another terrific guest article to share with you.  This time, author of 50 Asks in 50 Weeks and certified fundraising consultant Amy Eisenstein, (pictured at left) has been kind enough to share one of her recent blog posts with us. If you’ve never visited Amy’s site, TriPointFundraising, I highly suggest that you take a [...]

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Raise More Money Selling Sponsorships, Not Tickets, by Amy Eisenstein

Posted on 08 September 2011

Greetings!  Today, I have another terrific guest article to share with you.  This time, author of 50 Asks in 50 Weeks and certified fundraising consultant Amy Eisenstein, (pictured at left) has been kind enough to share one of her recent blog posts with us. If you’ve never visited Amy’s site, TriPointFundraising, I highly suggest that you take a [...]

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Guest Video Post: Amy Eisenstein on Smart, Creative Fundraising

Posted on 15 August 2011

For those of you who have been reading this blog for a while, you will remember one of our most frequent guest authors Amy Eisenstein. Amy runs Tripoint Fundraising and has a wealth of great advice to share on this topic. In the past, she has given us excellent articles such as: 5 Ways to [...]

5 Ways to Make Sure Board Members Aren’t Bored, by Amy Eisenstein

Posted on 11 May 2011

Amy Eisenstein, MPA, CFRE specializes in fundraising consulting for local and national nonprofits. Her “no-nonsense” approach to fundraising yields big results for her clients and readers. Amy is a regular contributor with Step by Step Fundraising, and she’s back today with another very insightful and helpful post about how to keep your board of directors [...]

The Good, the Bad, and the Ugly of Nonprofit Leadership, by Amy Eisenstein

Posted on 25 April 2011

By Amy Eisenstein 7 Comments If you’ve ever heard me speak before, you know how passionate I am about fundraising and nonprofit leadership. My “no-nonsense” attitude comes across loud and clear about board members’ roles and responsibilities with regard to giving as well as the executive director’s important role in fundraising. The following might seem [...]

How to Hire a Fantastic Development Director by Amy Eisenstein

Posted on 27 March 2011

Amy Eisenstein, MPA, CFRE specializes in fundraising consulting for local and national nonprofits. Her “no-nonsense” approach to fundraising yields big results for her clients and readers. Today, Amy has returned to Step by Step Fundraising with another very insightful and helpful post about what to look for when hiring a development director. Just as a [...]