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The events of 2020 have forced those of us who work in the non-profit sector to apply the fundamentals of good practice in new ways. At the ANU, where I work, every week my team and I ponder new ways…

An Outpouring of Love

Last Sunday, I spent some time on LinkedIn looking for blogs or articles about how to respond as a leader, or non-profit to the COVID-19 Pandemic. There was so much about “uncertainty,” including messages from firms reassuring me that they…

Endorsements for The Art and Science of Donor Bliss

[The Art and Science of] Donor Bliss is a joy to read and provides a very thoughtful approach to building your own roadmap to becoming a philanthropist.

Albert J. Novak, Jr.
Vice President and Chief Development Officer, Excela Health https://www.excelahealth.org/excela-health-foundations

A joy to read

I experienced this book as both a funder and fundraiser. It was an enlightening reminder that fundraising must be relational and joyful for both the giver and receiver. The many examples demonstrate how to provide and ultimately transformative experiences on the journey to achieving Donor Bliss.

Monica Koechlein, President, Stamm Koechlein Family Foundation and Executive Director, Richmond Symphony Orchestra

For receiver and giver

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