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The Human Touch

Recently, I had to purchase a new phone. The battery was shot, I had limited storage capacity and the service was spotty most of the time. 371 more words

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Make it Personal

When new members join nonprofit Boards, one of the first things we ask of them is to identify friends, family and work colleagues with the hope of expanding our donor base, right? 265 more words

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Listen Up!

I recently took my 81 year old mother to the doctor, and, as I sat in the exam room with my her and our family doctor (yes, my mother, my sister and my children all go to the same physician) I was moved by the strong connection that my mother has with our doctor.  426 more words

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Gold vs. Platinum

David Gee, Associate Vice President, HUB Philanthropic Solutions

 Donor stewardship has been a more frequent topic of conversation with our clients lately. We all know that inspiring new donors is much more difficult and costly than building stronger relationships with the people who are already supporting our efforts. 487 more words

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Want to build a long-term pipeline of supporters?

by George Rattin, Associate Vice President, HUB Philanthropic Solutions

A recent study conducted by the Lily Family School of Philanthropy  entitled “A Tradition of Giving: New research on giving and volunteering within families” provides data that supports the idea that generational modeling has a significant effect on future philanthropy.   237 more words


How to Become a Pre-Selected Organization in 3 Steps

by Heather Stombaugh, CFRE, GPC – HUB Philantropic Solutions, Grants Consultant

Spring is in the air, and as a gardener, I could not be more delighted. 424 more words

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Helping Your Donors During A Life Transition

Sometimes potential donors may want to be engaged and donate to your organization when experiencing a life transition.  When there is a major change within a person’s life such as illness, death of a loved one, or even sending their last child off to college, this life changing event may become an impetus to make a planned gift as a means to feel whole again.  311 more words