Tag Archives: Raising Capital
I’ve been asked this question a lot, and was asked it again the other day by the CEO of a growing, successful nonprofit, so here are some thoughts. First, let’s clarify who’s asking the question and what this means about … Continue reading
“I hustled.” “Yeah, but what else?” She already answered your question.
Here’s how a great bebopper on the subway was selling his CDs. “We started today with 100 CDs and we’ve sold 48… we’ve got 52 to go. They’re only $5 each. If you stand up and buy one you’ll create … Continue reading
A colleague asked me today, “what different strategies would you use to ask someone for $250,000 as opposed to $50,000?” The first thing to clarify is whether you’re asking the same person for these different amounts of money. Put another … Continue reading
For those who don’t subscribe to the comments section of this blog (horror!) you might be interested to see the comments from last week’s post. I’d like to highlight Sean Stanndard-Stockton’s point (paraphrased): it is specifically because donors do not … Continue reading
Peter Haas, the Executive Director of the Appropriate Infrastructure Development Group (AIDG), has a strongly-worded post up on the TED Fellows blog called Show Me The Money – Disasters, Restrictions and The Future of the Fund Raising Industry. If you’ve … Continue reading