CLONED: What's New in FundRaising Success
This month's cover story is the last in our year-long Fundraising 101 series. This time out, the topic is online giving, and sections include "10 Ways to Make Your Web Site Fundraising Friendly" by Raheel Gauba; "Pulling It All Together: Smart Channel-Integration Strategies" by Mikaela King; and "ProSpeak: A Walk Through a Web Site Audit" by Richard DeVeau.
In his feature, "Buy to Give," Steve Halliday outlines the ins and out of a successful affinity-marketing program.
In her To the Point column, Jocelyn Harmon discusses the fine — yet simple — art of saying thank you; and in Easier Said Than Done column, Jeff Brooks asks "Is it abstract art or fundraising?"
Call for Entries: Fundraising Professionals of the Year Awards
In February, FundRaising Success will announce the winners of the fifth annual Fundraising Professionals of the Year Awards. To submit a nomination, send us an e-mail telling us who you’re nominating, in which category and why.
* Lifetime Achievement — Based on a body of work over the course of 30+ years.
* Fundraising Professional of the Year — Based on a specific fundraising achievement in 2009.
* Fundraising Stars — Based on a body of work, a compelling project or special circumstance, an overall attitude or approach, etc.
* Rising Stars — Up-and-comers with fewer than five years in the sector.
Send nominations to firstname.lastname@example.org before Dec. 14. Please include your name, as well as the nominee’s name, title, agency or organization, phone number, and e-mail; reason for the nomination; and, if possible, a digital headshot of the nominee.