The best fundraising advice I’ve ever heard!

Language CaptureAbsolutely every nonprofit executive and development or communications director should listen to this 45-minute audio presentation–The Language of Change.

No exceptions.

No excuses.

You need to hear Tom Suddes‘ brilliant advice about framing your fund raising…not just the way you talk and think about it, but the way you do it. He focuses on 20 common words and meanings, all of which need to be replaced by new ones. For 90% of you, this talk will turn your world on its head.

It may be the most important thing you listen to all year.

We owe big thanks to Network for Good for bringing this to us all free!



4 Responses to “The best fundraising advice I’ve ever heard!”

  1. Katya Andresen Says:

    Thanks for the shout-out to Tom’s great call! We agree he’s right on.

  2. Irene Baird Says:

    Tom Suddes,
    You did a wonderful job.
    I would like to attend other workshops.
    Irene Baird ED
    Family Promise of Delaware Ohio
    A community Resoibse For Homeless Families

  3. Patricia Clark Says:

    As an Illinois Public Health Association / AmeriCorps member, I am going to pass these great inspiration lessons on quickly. With our motto ‘Getting Things Done For America’ learning how to energize our presentation and grant writing skills for community building, collaboration and outreach goals is essential.
    Most enjoyed training hour this summer – Thanks!

    Patty Clark
    Summer 2009 Intern
    DuPage County Health Department
    Wheaton, Illinois

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