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How to End The ‘Summer Donation Dip’

By Chuck Freels Fall Frenzy Fundraising Many Non-Profit Organizations are getting geared up to what I call the Fall Frenzy Fundraising.  This is when all of these organizations are trying to bring in as much Funding and Donations they can before the weather starts to get cold, and that will help offset the ‘summer donation […]

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What does C.A.S.P.E.R. mean? Fundraising, Emergency Readiness, Community Awareness?

By Judie Protesto Freels More than just a Ghosts’ Name. Yes, there is Casper the Friendly Ghost.  And like Lyle Birkey, Director of Communications, National Council for Science and the Environment says . . . . . “C.A.S.P.E.R. can literally be a lifesaver for whole communities – especially in the rural environments. I love the […]

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C.A.S.P.E.R. a Fundraising Tool for Elementary, High School and Colleges TOO! It’s Not JUST For 911

By Judie Protesto Freels See How You and Your Children Can Benefit As a mother of five children who are – That is my daughter above, #5 – and were very active in sports and other extra curriculum activities  during their elementary, high school and college days, it seemed as though every time I turned […]

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Do You Know How Much Volunteers Save You in Taxes?

Statistics Don’t Lie By Chuck Freels The next time you see a Volunteer – helping any nonprofit Organizations – say Thank you! Why – well it’s probably not what your initial thought would be. You know my passion goes out to Firefighter volunteers and Rescue Squad volunteers due to my years of volunteering within these […]

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Is Your Nonprofit Organization Still Doing This?

By Judie Protesto Freels Are You Taking the Fate of Dead Fish? “The common advice to ‘go with the flow’ overlooks the        fact that it’s the fate of dead fish . . . . . “                                                                                 Dennis Jones I see this as a growing trend with fundraising – non-profit organizations continuing to ‘go […]

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