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The campaign that had me at hello | Pamela Grow

Posted Wednesday July 29, 2015 by Rachel Ramjattan

  We’re big fans of both the work and the marketing of...

  We’re big fans of both the work and the marketing of Food for the Poor (read more here and here). Today’s What’s in my Mailbox comes to you courtesy...

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What the 2015 Millennial Impact Report Means for Nonprofits | Pamela Grow

Posted Friday June 26, 2015 by Rachel Ramjattan

Millennials, people born between 1980 and 2000, are often portrayed as selfish,...

Millennials, people born between 1980 and 2000, are often portrayed as selfish, entitled, and fickle. Many nonprofits struggle to engage this digital generation and some fundraising professionals wonder, “Is it...

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What the 2015 Millennial Impact Report Means for Nonprofits | Pamela Grow

7 Fabulous Nonprofit Fundraising Lessons From Farming | Pamela Grow

Posted Friday June 26, 2015 by Rachel Ramjattan

Growing up in Jamaica I was surrounded by small farms. I loved...

Growing up in Jamaica I was surrounded by small farms. I loved seeing rows of crops popping out of the ground like soldiers in perfect formation. I marveled at their...

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7 Fabulous Nonprofit Fundraising Lessons From Farming | Pamela Grow

If It’s All About That ‘Base, You’re In Trouble! | Pamela Grow

Posted Friday June 26, 2015 by Rachel Ramjattan

What kind of experience does a donor (or potential supporter) get when...

What kind of experience does a donor (or potential supporter) get when they call into your organization? Is it an area of customer service that could use improvement? Today’s guest...

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If It’s All About That ‘Base, You’re In Trouble! | Pamela Grow