5 Great Fundraising Blogs to Check Out this Week

I’m constantly on the look out for great fundraising information. I love to find great sources of advice for fundraisers, particularly blogs and sites that offer tons of actionable know-how that can help organizations be more effective and efficient with their development programs.

From time to time, we try to share some of those great sites I find here on The Fundraising Authority (see past lists here, here and here). Today, I want to introduce you to 5 great fundraising blogs that can help you raise more money with less hassle. Here they are, in no particular order:

Fundraising Success Magazine

This online portal provides tons of fundraising strategy, tips and tricks from non-profit leaders, authors and consultants around the globe. Includes tons of free articles with advice applicable to non-profits of all sizes.

The Veritus Group’s Passionate Giving Blog

This blog, run by Veritus Group, a data-analysis driven consulting firm, offers great insights and strategies for fundraisers, with a particular emphasis on major gifts and major gift officers.

npENGAGE

Provides a comprehensive resource for fundraisers. This blog portal is run by Blackbaud, and offers dozens of sub-blogs with topics ranging from analytics to fundraising to non-profit management.

The StayClassy Blog

Run by the online fundraising service provider of the same name, the StayClassy Blog includes wide-ranging fundraising tips, with a special focus on online fundraising tactics.

Future Fundraising Now

Blog creator Jeff Brooks cuts to the chase in this direct, informative, and often funny fundraising blog. Be sure to check out Jeff’s popular post Stupid Non-Profit Ads.

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