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   1.  Lift Your Finger Off that Send Button
   2.  Are You Talking About It? …early observations from The Burk Donor Survey
   3.  Nick
   4.  Can the Performance of Donor Relations Staff Be Measured?
   5.  One Size Never Fits All
   6.  Selling Alone Can’t Close the First Sale
   7.  Because of You
   8.  Harnessing Young Donors’ Philanthropy
   9.  How Philanthropy Begins
   10.  Thank goodness the weekend is over
   11.  Too Busy Leading to Learn How to Lead
   12.  Somewhere, Out There…In a Call Center
   13.  Thank You Letters: Powerful and Profitable
   14.  Take the rest of the day off
   15.  Understanding Donor Burnout
   16.  Little Gestures with Big Fundraising Implications
   17.  A gift from donors to start your week
   18.  I’ve got a great idea for an event…and it won’t take any staff time (well, hardly any)
   19.  Donor-Centered Cause Marketing
   20.  Managing Young Fundraisers
   21.  Build It and They Will Beat a Path to Your Door
   22.  Good News Tuesday
   23.  No, Thanks; You’re Overqualified
   24.  The Profitability of Restraint
   25.  Street Fundraising: Is it Worth the Effort?
   26.  Donor-Centered Thank You Letters: Your First Step to the Next Gift
   27.  Your Board of Directors: Fundraising Asset or Liability?
   28.  It’s done…but does it work?
   29.  Can Big Bird Save Philanthropy?
   30.  Time Waits for No Fundraiser…or Does It?
   31.  Content or Table of Contents?
   32.  Skipping Stones
   33.  Donor-Centered Door-to-Door
   34.  Down the Up Staircase
   35.  Do Volunteers Know What Their Role Is In Fundraising?
   36.  Opening a Can of Worms
   37.  Now It Gets Harder
   38.  Donor-Centered in Extraordinary Circumstances
   39.  Why Fundraisers Leave
   40.  Do Donors Have to Be Bribed into Giving?
   41.  Can Giving and Volunteering Thrive Without Religion?
   42.  Inspiring Younger Donors
   43.  Is There a New Role for an Old Fundraising Program in this Recession?
   44.  A Fundraising Catch-22
   45.  An Unexpected Gift from Donors
   46.  Could There Be a Simple Solution to Over-Solicitation?
   47.  Can the Arts Survive the Economic Crisis?
   48.  Restricted Vs. Unrestricted
   49.  Your Donors’ Bottom Line
   50.  Reach out to your donors

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