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Nov 23rd

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FUNdraising Good Times: Reader success!: An interview with Judy Davis – part one

FUNdraising Good Times: Reader success!: An interview with Judy Davis – part oneWe eat, drink and sleep fundraising. It's what we love. We truly enjoy and embrace the people and organizations we work with. We get excited when clients take the tools we develop for them and put them to work. We cherish their successes and most importantly we celebrate their work. At the end of the day fundraising is all about attracting resources for nonprofit organizations and institutions that make a difference in people's lives. While not every organization is in a position to hire fundraising counsel, there are so many people doing wonderful things who need just a few suggestions, or some new information so they can do a better job and raise more money. These are the people we write FUNdraising Good Times for.
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Caller ID phone scam hits region

Caller ID phone scam hits regionBetter Business Bureau of Minnesota and North Dakota (BBB) says area consumers are reporting they're receiving illegal marketing calls that display their own phone number on caller ID. Though it's natural to be curious about such calls, BBB advises the public to ignore the calls or let them go to voicemail – and then delete the messages.
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Payday lender ACE Cash Express fined $10 million

Payday lender ACE Cash Express fined $10 millionFor the second time in as many years, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) has fined a major payday lender. On July 10, Director Richard Cordray announced that one of the nation's largest payday lenders, ACE Cash Express, will pay $10 million in restitution and penalties for directing its employees to "create a sense of urgency" when contacting delinquent borrowers. This abusive tactic was used to perpetuate the payday loan debt trap.
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Fundraising Good Times: Welcome home baby boomers!

Fundraising Good Times: Welcome home baby boomers!Part two of a two-part series

Talented leadership is always in high demand. The question is: where do you look for leaders, who are you overlooking, and how do you effectively sustain their involvement? When recruiting talent for your organization, business or municipality make sure you consider individuals over age 55. Here's what we know – these "so called seniors" represent a growing percentage of the population, and many have experience, education, and connections that can transform communities and organizations. They can provide valuable leadership in the civic and nonprofit sectors, when called upon.
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Twitter: You can do it

Twitter: You can do itHere's something to think about: learning to walk. You don't remember doing it, but somebody thought it would be a valuable skill to have. You picked it up, no problem. Walking is good. It's a way to get places; it's the gateway to running, skipping, dancing and all sorts of other good things.
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Fundraising Good Times: Grow your talent pool: Recruit people over 55

Fundraising Good Times: Grow your talent pool: Recruit people over 55Part one of a two-part series

Are you overlooking a valuable pool of prospective employees and volunteers? Are you unknowingly operating from out-dated stereotypes of "senior citizens" and leaving talent sitting on the sidelines?
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Satisfying work creates freedom

Satisfying work creates freedomAfter years of repetitive work, Albi is living in the land of opportunity and feeling pretty much like a prisoner in a jail he built himself. He makes a decent living, provides for his family, relaxes on the weekends. And is dying. Of boredom. He'd rather do something else, but changing careers at this point would mean risking that decent living, the comfort of his family and those relaxing weekends. For Albi, retirement can't come soon enough. And when it does, what then?
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