Tag Archives: Fundraising

The Changing Face of Wealth – Women & Philanthropy – Are You Ready?

  Change is afoot in not only the ‘face of wealth,’ but relationally, ‘the face of philanthropy.’ In light of recent research findings (check the link below), it’s clear that the charitable sector will benefit from a thorough review of how it communicates … Continue reading

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The Power of Legacy Stories: A Daughter’s Love

Why Gather Legacy Stories? If you’re interested in learning a little about why you should bother, why not read this true story…  The Phyllis Summerhayes Story While I believed that gathering and sharing legacy stories was important in honouring donors, … Continue reading

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Tips on Developing Your Mission Statement: Your Cornerstone Story

Your mission statement is often the briefest component of your Case for Support.  But its size shouldn’t dictate the time invested in getting it right.  In fact, if written with clarity and depth of meaning, it should be the most … Continue reading

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Narrative Philanthropy II: Checking the Pulse

Checking the Pulse: Alive, Well and Growing in Leaps and Bounds By Norma Cameron, CFRE It all started over a wonderful lunch with a good friend in a trendy Italian restaurant on Robson Street, downtownVancouver on a warm spring day … Continue reading

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