Your Six Best Fundraising Partners

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1. A well-connected board. “People give money when they are individually asked and have personal connections,” says fundraising consultant David Sternberg. “The only way to stay competitive and raise money is to have a board that’s engaged in the process.” Start by recruiting board members with fundraising experience and a wide net of social and business contacts.

With the year-end giving season in full swing, NCFY is focused on fundraising in December. In this slideshow we highlight some of the best partners you can have for raising money. Some are already working with you, others you might need to reach out to. But they all can make your fundraising efforts more successful and wide-ranging than ever.

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