Dec 202011

One of our alternative gift cards this year. We love it!

Please forgive the erratic posting schedule lately.  In my defense, all I can say is that this is my first Christmas with three children and my own organizational coping strategies need a little tweaking.  🙂

It is the season of giving and giving and giving . . . .and giving.  By now, you may be either worn out from shopping or simply broke but the demands on your money are not stopping.  For businesses of all stripes, this is a busy time of year as they are trying to bring in those last minute sales before the end of the year.  One particular type of “business” is especially busy this time of year . . . charities.

There are a couple of interesting organizational lessons we can learn from this year’s charitable solicitations.  Read on to learn more.

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  One Response to “2011 Charity Fundraising Organizing Strategies”

  1. There are so many businesses that give back–both large corporations and small companies—we can’t thank enough all of the independent insurance agents and other doctors/dentists/orthodontists and others that support our recreation sports leagues for our kids—we appreciate you so much for the opportunities you provide for these kids to commune, learn a sport/activity, and participation and team playing. THANK YOU!!!

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