Free Personalized Consulting Hotline for Nonprofit Fundraisers
FORT LAUDERDALE, Fla., Feb. 27, 2009 — Totally free, personalized fundraising consulting is now available for nonprofits 24/7 from anywhere in the U.S. and around the world at www.fundraisershotline.com.
"Nonprofit fundraisers may ask anything they want — like How can I find donors? or How can I get my board to give more and to ask others to give? It's absolutely one-on-one attention. They won't be getting boilerplate answers," says Dr. Stephen L. Goldstein, creator of the hotline and president of The Nonprofit Institute, Educational Marketing Services.
"Nonprofits always have a hard time raising money. But many are really struggling in today's bad economy. They need immediate professional advice tailored to their specific needs. But most nonprofits cannot afford to hire an expert to give them quick answers to their pressing questions. So, www.fundraisershotline.com gives them personal access to an experienced professional to be their sounding-board to increase their fundraising success," Goldstein adds.
That's what's so unique about the hotline. It's quick, efficient, direct — and free, of course. Getting answers from the hotline is simple. Go to www.fundraisershotline.com, fill out the short user form, ask a question, then send it to Dr. Goldstein. There is absolutely no cost or obligation. Every question is answered personally and within 24 hours.
Columnist, author, consultant, TV and radio personality, and workshop leader — Dr. Stephen L. Goldstein is a nationally recognized marketing, communications, and fundraising executive, as well as a trends analyst and forecaster. For more than 30 years, he has developed strategies for nonprofit success.
Dr. Goldstein is now the co-producer and host of "The Forum for Nonprofits," which airs on WNN & WSBR and may be heard 24/7 at www.forumfornonprofits.com. He was the producer and host of "Fundraising Success," a weekly radio program on WXEL, 90.7 FM/National Public Radio and still available at any time from anywhere in the world at www.wxelpodcasts.org.
- Stephen L. Goldstein