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Publisher's Summary

Most nonprofit leaders know how to ask for money, but they don't. What they need is a little kick to get them out the door to raise support for their organization. Fundraising Kick provides a year's worth of "ask kicking ideas" to help you get out and do what you know you're supposed to be doing: asking for money.

©2012 The Fundraising Coach, LLC (P)2015 The Fundraising Coach, LLC

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Might be a good book but doesn't work as audio book

Little snippets of info, meant to be a short lesson per week. Ridiculous to put this in audio format.

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Super Helpful

Great tips with a daily dose of motivation. Takes the fear out of fundraising. The strategies are fun and they really work!

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Essential for non-profit fundraisers!

Would you listen to Fundraising Kick again? Why?

Yes! This book spells out great principles that I need to be reminded of as non-profit Executive and fundraiser.

What was one of the most memorable moments of Fundraising Kick?

Throughout this entire book I was thinking, "I have been a fundraiser for years and this book would have helped out so much if only I would have found it years ago."

What does David Cordeiro bring to the story that you wouldn’t experience if you just read the book?

David's narration helped the book come alive and was personal.

Was there a moment in the book that particularly moved you?

I thought throughout this book, "Marc Pitman's willingness to share his experience through this book is a gift to all those who are in the non-profit world."