Top 5 Articles of 2010

It’s that time again: time to look back and see which articles on The Fundraising Authority were the most popular, based on visits by our readers.  Thanks to you… our newsletter subscribers and readers… it has been a great year, with lots of great comments, conversations, and links from around the web.  Thank you!  I’m enjoing spending time on this site, and I hope you are too.

So, here they are… the most popular fundraising articles from our site this year.  If you haven’t read them yet, use these articles to kick-start your fundraising efforts for 2011!

#1 – 5 Unique Fundraising Ideas

Don’t let your development efforts stagnate!  Use these 5 creative ideas to raise more money for your organization.

#2 – Creative Fundraising Ideas for Non-Profit Organizations

Here are three super-creative, super-unique ways to put your fundraising into overdrive.

#3 – The 10 Steps to a Successful Fundraising Event

Ten simple, but surefire steps to holding a successful non-profit fundraising event.

#4 – Five Best Quick Fundraising Methods

Need to raise money for your organization in a hurry?  Here are five ways to get the job done…

#5 – Creative Silent Auction Ideas for Your Event

Are you holding a silent auction?  Here are some great ideas for items you can use to raise more money.

What Would YOU Like to See on Our Site?

Do you have an idea for an article on our site?  Is there something you would like to learn more about, or to discuss in more detail?  Let me know!  I’d love to hear your thoughts, and possible run some articles on our site based on your ideas.  Click here to send me an e-mail and let me know what you’d like to see here on The Fundraising Authority.

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