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02/08/2011

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Jeffrey Golby

Hey Guys - brilliant post. As someone who works daily in this field, helping non profits "be" online - I found this to Katya to be really articulate in instructing / helping lead that conversation with non profits. Good work. I was wondering if I would be able to re-post this on our company's site - obviously directing people to you - but I think our clients (in Canada) would benefit greatly. I've put it on there now and if you'd rather not have it - I can take er down. Thanks.
http://www.globalcurrents.org/educateinspiregrow

Ben Mckinley

I actually found a pretty good site called "chip-in" it allows people to donate to your cause via a few different methods.

Here is mine, as you can see I have zero donations, partially because I just started, and partially because everywhere I post this is considered "spam" and deleted. I figure here its legit since I'm sharing the link with other people looking for donation ideas :D. I think it would work very well if you had a popular blog (I don't).

http://vesatriptofijibenmckinley.chipin.com/trip-to-fiji

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Jeff Brooks is creative director at TrueSense, the growing, innovative fundraising agency for organizations that care about donors. Steven Screen is co-founder of The Better Fundraising Company, and a past winner of the Direct Mail Package of the Year award from FundRaising Success magazine, which surprisingly led to him getting fired. Between them, they have nearly 50 years of experience helping excellent nonprofits raise money for their causes. That's a lot of years, but they aren't all that old, really. Yet.




      

      


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