Free Holiday Download: Tony’s thought paper

By 101fundraising
On December 19, 2013 At 2:00 pm

Category : 101fundraising, Latest posts, opinion, strategy

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For last year’s words belong to last year’s language and next year’s words await another voice.” – T.S Eliot

After presenting an eight part blog series this autumn through 101fundraising, Tony Elischer has brought all his thinking together in a single ’thought paper’ on the challenge to create a New Lexicon for Fundraising.

downloadDownload it now for free(zipped PDF)

Words are the most powerful way to get people to think differently, view things differently and to act differently. In a sector where we must drive more change and constantly innovate to thrive and grow, words are one of the few tools that are available to everyone.

The New Lexicon of Fundraising

Your Free Holiday Download!

This paper will challenge you to rethink what you know about fundraising and to potentially start 2014 with some fresh views and approaches. So, get your free download right now!

Now you’ve downloaded your holiday gift and we have your attention… The year 2013 was the 3rd year for 101fundraising. We’ve expanded again, in readers, bloggers … and pageviews! Before we take our well deserved holiday break, we would like to take the opportunity to thank you.

Thank you for reading, commenting, blogging, sharing, liking and linking. This crowdblog is not our blog, it’s your blog. So please stand up and give yourself a round of applause. We like YOU!

Come back one more time next week when we’ll publish the last post of 2013: the quarterly top 10!

Enjoy, and happy holidays,

Reinier, Jeroen, Sarah, Marjolein and Victor
the 101fundraising team

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  1. Thnx. Lees jullie blogs altijd graag.
    Ook voor jullie team: een goede Kersttijd en superjaarwisseling

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