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Why you need stories to raise funds

You need to tell stories to raise more funds for your mission, ministry or nonprofit. But why is that? What exactly is it that stories do?

Mary Valloni - Episode 59

Replay: Fundraising Freedom, with Mary Valloni

What’s keeping your nonprofit or ministry from being fully funded?
Mary Valloni lays down some truth to help us overcome the lies we believe about money and fundraising. Plus, simple things you can do today to start your journey to Fully Funded.

Ep. 50 - Start with these Fundraising Resources

Start with these Fundraising Resources

So many of us start because of passion, but then run into a wall because fundraising feels like begging. After 14 years in the nonprofit/ministry space, here are 8 of my favorite fundraising resources.

Ep. 47 The Gift of Doubt

The Gift of Doubt

Doubt can be a dangerous dream-killer. But it can also be a gift.

Hope and Coffee - Interview with Mike Lane of Hope Bridges

Hope and Coffee, with Mike Lane

Interview with Mike Lane of Hope Bridges, a nonprofit serving over one-hundred children in northern Thailand with food, clothing, education, and basic health care.

Ep. 42 with Mary Valloni

Fundraising Freedom, Interview with Mary Valloni

What’s keeping your nonprofit or ministry from being fully funded? Mary Valloni lays down some truth to help us overcome the lies we believe about money and fundraising. Plus, simple things you can do today to start your journey to Fundraising Freedom.

What is the big picture

VANESSA CHASE LOCKSHIN – THE STORYTELLING NON-PROFIT

In non-profit storytelling, there are several factors to consider as you tell a story. The organization is telling someone’s story, and that person is often in a vulnerable position. “I often wondered, if our clients read these stories would they be happy with the way we portrayed them?”

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