Each month, at the end of the month, I like to take this one blog post to share with you all of the other articles either a handful of excellent guest authors or I have written for the FastTrack Fundraising family of blogs.

Some people may just check out one or two of these three sites on a regular basis, but we think all three have sound advice to share. Hopefully, you’ll take a few minutes to check these other blogs out.

Thank you all for spending your time with us. As always, if you are ever in search of great ideas for your fundraising needs, please visit FastTrackFundraising.com. They have a wide selection of proven fundraising products. You are sure to find just the perfect item (or items!) for your non-profit organization.

Thanks for reading!

Jim Berigan

Fundraising Ideas

3 Ways You Can Convince Your Donors Their Money is Well-Spent

7 Ways to Use Your Group’s Alumni More Wisely Part I

7 Ways to Use Your Group’s Alumni More Wisely Part II

4 Inexcusable Non-profit Excuses

2 Ways To Increase Your In-Kind Donations

5 Tips to Get the Most Out of Your Board Members

5 Signs It’s Time to Try a New Fundraiser Part I

5 Signs It’s Time to Try a New Fundraiser Part II

Three Tips to Improve Your Non-profit Writing

It’s a Zombie Fundraiser!

A Note about Money Handling & Fiscal Security

A Couple of Things You Can Do During Your Non-profit’s Slow Period

Follow up: Asking Non-profit Employees to Donate

Fundraise Like a College Football Coach

A New Passive Fundraising Option for Non-profits

Top School Fundraisers

Enough with the Playground Fundraising!

6 Strategies Schools Can Learn From NPR Pledge Drives- Part I

6 Strategies Schools Can Learn From NPR Pledge Drives- Part II

Micro vs. Macro Fundraising

Is it a Bad Idea to Use Teen-agers as Volunteers at Your School Carnival?

Should You Use Incentives to Recruit Volunteers?

Are Fundraisers Holding Our Children Hostage?

Make Regular Communication with Teachers and the Principal a Top Priority

A Micro-Fundraising Extravaganza

A Sure-Fire Tip to Trick Parents into Opening Your Emails

Brilliant Fundraising Strategy at the School Play

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Posted on 30 May 2011

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