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Going for creative gold: Creative, unusual fundraisers that make bank

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When fundraising is a part of your everyday job, it can be difficult to continually conjure up fund-raising that deliver on both creativity and frugality

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Countdown to transition: A step-by-step guide on switching from print to electronic newsletters

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Making the decision to move from a print newsletter to an electronic version is a significant undertaking. But it can be a great emerging technology.

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Expand and deepen the resource pool: Tips for recruiting, retaining and developing volunteers

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When times are tight, the demand for many nonprofit services spikes. Where do you turn for help? Your enthusiastic volunteer base!

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Educating lawmakers: Reaching out to politicians to help your cause

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Using the Family Center as our inspiration, we’ve compiled a few handy tips to help your nonprofit organization rally support and bring politicians on board

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Appealing to a younger audience: Recruiting Generation Y and Millenials to volunteer

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There are 26 million young adults between the ages of 18 and 24 in the United States—a large resource of volunteers that has remained fairly untapped.

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Website WOW: Websites Outta this World!

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Whether you’re promoting, communicating, starting a conversation or providing educational resources, your website online has unlimited potential.

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Comfort in Things Big and Small

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The small one is that our merchandising team is beginning to put up some of the first new promotions of the year.

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Case Study #10 – Odle Management Group Reaches Out to Help Young People Reach Their Goals

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4imprint mini case study on how Odle Management group helps give 16-24 year-olds from disadvantaged backgrounds the skills they need to succeed.

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Case Study # 6 – No More Homeless Pets KC Looks for the ‘Win-Win-Win’

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No More Homeless Pets - at an outreach event, where the organization handed out promotions like imprinted koozies and pens.

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Kayak for a Cure Update

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Got the update from Mark Starkey on this year's Kayak for a Cure event (see my last blog post) - $30,000 was raised to help find a cure for cancer!

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