Recently, on a forum I frequent, I came across this question: Fundraising seems like a full time job. How do you do it when you’re the only employee of your nonprofit, and you have to do it all, from programming, accounting, marketing, events, and fundraising? I responded on that forum, but I wanted to take a minute to flesh out my response here. One of the mistakes that a lot of nonprofits make is thinking that development is something that they do in addition to their programs. Often, those nonprofits believe that development is something they do in order…
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