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Book Reviews

The most daring questions of all?

by Christiana Stergiou

After hearing Dan Pallotta, author of Uncharitable, speak at the closing plenary at the International Fundraising Congress in the Netherlands in October, I know that his challenging and controversial ideas will be welcomed by fundraisers at FIA’s annual conference

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Dabbling in fundraising won’t get you there

by Christiana Stergiou

Organisations that take up fundraising in a casual, half-hearted or even superficial way, I call ‘dabblers’.

Definition of dabble: to take part in an activity in a superficial or casual way.

Recently, I’ve come across a number of dedicated people …

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There is an antidote for bad fundraising

by Christiana Stergiou

Like me, you may well subscribe to one of those cool ‘word a day’ type blogs. The other day in my inbox, the word of the day was sitzfleisch.

If you don’t speak German, you probably won’t know the meaning …

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A fundraising books holiday wishlist

by Christiana Stergiou

Wishing you health, happiness and some extra fundraising sparkle in whatever you celebrate at this time of year. Here is a fundraising books wish-list I thought I’d share – full of fab holiday reading.

Ten top books to make you

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A kick up the pants on donor loyalty

by Christiana Stergiou

Tiny Essentials of Donor Loyalty may just give your organisation the good kick up the pants that it needs, and that’s just what author Adrian Sargeant thinks many in our sector need.

In the first sentence of Tiny Essentials of

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