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Fundraising during the #pandemic has brought on changes when it comes to our #donors and how we communicate.

Here are a few tips on how to embrace the new world of #fundraising.

#tipsforsucess #philanthropy #nonprofitorganization #nonprofitfundraising

Here are 5 ways to keep your #donors coming back for more!

#nonprofit #philanthropy #nonprofitconsulting #nonprofitconsultant

Part 2️⃣ is here!

More #philanthropic #trends moving forward into 2022!

#nonprofits #nonprofitlife #nonprofitorganzation #philanthropy #nonprofitconsultants #nonprofitconsultingfirm

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