Articles by Amy Braiterman
Red Light, Green Light for Peer to Peer Fundraising in 2015
New year, new ideas and new habits. What should you start doing and what fundraising habits should stop doing this year?
The Great Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Donor Debate
Will peer-to-peer donors give again? Will they become organization donors? We’ve debated this topic for years and while jury’s still [...]
How are you going to handle your next fundraising set back? #TBT
Forward: This is one of my favorite posts. I thought it was a good message to re-share as we close [...]
The Team, a Little Faith and Fundraising Success!
Last week I introduced you to my fundraising revolution. Are you fired up and ready to join? I know I [...]
Lesson 1: Removing Yourself from the Fundraising Equation
Most of us in the peer-to-peer fundraising world would consider our walks, 5ks and rides a fundraiser. But do your participants think your event is a fundraiser?
Do you want to be extraordinary or average?
The First Noble Truths of Fundraising of is Open. You need to be open to ideas, to new ways of looking at your fundraising program, to data, to measuring your results, to managing your staff… okay; you basically need to open to everything.
How are you going to handle your next fundraising set back?
We all go through tough times, but how you handle adversity is what truly matters. Last week, I had the [...]
Will the real Mookie please stand up? Or meow…
A couple weeks ago Emily, shared her thoughts on how to increasing open rates [defunct link removed] (check out her [...]
Are you ready to write it down?
A few weeks ago, on Connection Café, I shared my belief that fundraising and weight loss are kindred spirits. The [...]