Earlier this month, I re-introduced myself to the readers of StepByStepFundraising. I have written a number of articles for this blog in the past, and as of December 2010, I have become the managing editor and chief content producer of SBSF.
In addition, I also hold the same post for two other blogs, as well. They are TopSchoolFundriasers.com and FundraisingIdeas.org. Both of these are sponsored by FastTrack Fundraising, a great company out of Los Angeles that specializes in helping non-profits meet their fundraising goals. I highly encourage you to visit their website to learn about the many ways they could help you in the coming year.
Each of the three blogs has a slightly different focus, but just in case you haven’t checked either one of them out yet, here is a quick list of the posts I’ve written this month.
Top School Fundraisers
My Fundraising Christmas Wish List-Part I
My Fundraising Christmas Wish List-Part II
Should a School Raise Money for Outside Groups?
What in the World is a “Smencil”?
10 “Do’s” for School Fundraising
5 “Don’ts” for School Fundraising
The 9 Hardest Sales Jobs in School Fundraising- Part I
The 9 Hardest Sales Jobs in School Fundraising- Part II
How NOT to Write a Thank You Letter
Has Torturing the School Principal Gone Too Far? 4 Case Studies.
Why the heck do you want to be a Fundraiser?
5 Habits of a Successful Fundraiser- Part I
5 Habits of a Successful Fundraiser- Part II
3 Tips to Avoid this Fundraising Nightmare
How to Pick the Right Fundraiser for Your Group- Part I
How to Pick the Right Fundraiser for your Group- Part II
1 Excellent Way to Add Depth to your Non-profit & Gain More Supporters
Does Your Non-profit Have a Web Presence? Part I
Does Your Non-profit Have a Web Presence? Part II
A Sure-Fire Way to Increase Your Fundraising Haul in 2011
5 Reasons Fundraisers Get a Bad Rap- Part I
5 Reasons Fundraisers Get a Bad Rap- Part II
I hope you take a few minutes to check out some of these articles. I think they go very well with the content that you’ve been receiving on StepByStep.
Also, please feel free to share your comments anytime. I love to get the feed back!