Blog posts about book review on 101fundraising
• July 29, 2013
I think that if I was writing fiction instead of remembering something that happened, I would never have given her that dress. – Alice Munro, “Voices”
We’re in the high holy days of cottaging in Ontario right now and this means a book review. My selection this year: 30 Letters that Changed …
• December 10, 2012
Before I left Toronto and moved to London last year, friends, family and fellow fundraisers sent me off with words of wisdom, plenty of hugs, and a few thoughtful parting gifts, small enough to fit in my suitcase. Among those gifts was something that has fundamentally changed the way I …
• December 5, 2011
In 30 years of fundraising, I have never come across any organization that has fully embraced all the types of fundraising that they could be taking advantage of. In other words, almost every NGO I know “leaves money on the table.”
(I can hear all the fundraising consultants out there saying …
• October 6, 2011
September 12, 2011
Dear Mr. Lipsyte,
I’m a professional fundraiser. Loved “The Ask”!
I’ve reviewed it, and wonder if you’d write a few words in response? We in the development world are really curious about your career choice for the protagonist, and how you researched the hard details of the profession.
I know the …
• July 7, 2011
That night I dreamed I was an indentured servant in colonial Philadelphia. Somehow, even in the dream, I sensed that I had once been a development officer in post-Colonial New York City.
We need every drop of philanthropy we can get. We must fasten our lips to the spigot and suck, …
• March 2, 2011
First of all I want to say a BIG THANK YOU to the inaugural bloggers who’ve opened this crowdblog with some great blog posts! We’ve seen 6 blog posts so far and I enjoyed every bit of them! Thank you Rebecca, Victor, Mitch, Margot, Julie and Lars!
Obviously there are a …