Nonprofit Year-End Fundraising

| October 29, 2018

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Learn why your organization must be taking marketing and fundraising risks right now in order to maximize your year-end efforts. With year-end approaching and Giving Tuesday being less than a month away, it’s understandable that nonprofit marketers are stressed. The pressure is on as you are trying to make the most of your year-end fundraising efforts. With all things year-end going through your mind, it can be a safe bet to roll with the same strategies that have worked for your nonprofit in the past.

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