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Fundraising

Fundraising is part art, part science. It is about knowing the landscape, building relationships and perfecting the skill known as "making the ask." This page compiles resources on the many aspects involved in fundraising – including grant writing, identifying funding sources and developing relationships"

GrantStation

The NH Center for Nonprofits is pleased to offer GrantStation subscriptions as a member benefit at 80% off the regular price. GrantStation is an advanced searchable database of more than 7,000 active funding sources and includes grant opportunities from state, private & federal sources, private and corporate foundations, and association and international funding sources.
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Posted on: January 26, 2013
Topics: Cost savings

Asking the Right Person for the Right Amount

Source: Nonprofit Quarterly
Three stories that highlight the importance of choosing the right prospective donors and asking for the right amount.
Posted on: September 21, 2006
Topics: Best Practice | Fundraising | Philanthropy

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