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Grant Writing Do’s & Don’ts, According to an Expert
Fundraisers in thought
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Your brain on fundraising - 4 cognitive biases that disrupt your fundraising and how to overcome them

I’ve always been a fundraiser and I love it, but every time I introduce myself as a fundraiser, I am met with the exact same response:

Cindy Wagman (Guest Author)

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Disbursement quota: A closer look at the data

Last spring, the federal government announced they would be holding a consultation on the disbursement quota (DQ) of registered Canadian charities.

Bernadette Johnson

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10 Canadian Fundraising Tools for Nonprofits

Use this list to browse through pricing, categories, and real nonprofit reviews so you can access resources to help ease your workload - all while also shopping local.

Taylor Palmer (Guest Author)

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Grant Writing Do’s & Don’ts, According to an Expert

Grant writing season is upon us, and for those writing one for the first time, the task can be daunting. So we’ve enlisted the expertise of someone who has not only spent more than two decades of her career leading community and program development in the nonprofit world, but who also teaches workshops on grant writing itself. 

Tobi Nifesi (Guest Author)

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Partnering to Drive Innovation and Experimentation during the Pandemic: Turning Crisis into Opportunity

As the world around us evolves, we must make sure we are changing in tandem to effectively bring about the changes we would like to see in it.

Junaid Habibi (Guest Author)

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Creating Reconciliation for You, Others, and Life

The word ‘reconciliation’ appears with increasing urgency as we approach our first National Day of Truth and Reconciliation. With it comes a heaviness that occupies spaces of dissatisfaction, cynicism, or outright anger that equates to ‘failure,’ especially regarding Indian Residential Schools in Canada.

Returning to Spirit (Guest Author)

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Your brain on fundraising - 4 cognitive biases that disrupt your fundraising and how to overcome them

I’ve always been a fundraiser and I love it, but every time I introduce myself as a fundraiser, I am met with the exact same response:

Cindy Wagman (Guest Author)

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