[Guest Post] Quitting the Culture Club - Why blaming a lack of culture of philanthropy is just plain lazy

A few weeks back, I was talking with Dan McCormack about an upcoming training. In the midst of our conversation, Dan said he didn't let his team use the term "a culture of philanthropy." His observations were so right, I asked if he'd do a guest blog post on this. I'm glad he said yes!

Sandra Sims' Mythbusters

I have the honor of being included in Sandra Sim's Mythbusters series. You can see the blog post at: http://stepbystepfundraising.com/fundraising-myth-its-great-to-be-cheap/

Fundraising Follies: Admitting When You've Gone Too Far

I love living in a democracy like the United States. But we were getting so many political fundraising letters, phone calls, and emails as Election Day drew near that I was seriously contemplating the benefits of monarchy! I've never liked political fundraising or crisis appeals. As November 2nd approached, I cynically began to wonder if