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Donors Aren’t Always Right. Here’s How to Sidestep Their Misguided Ideas

January 14, 2013
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Without donors, your entire organization would grind to a halt — and therefore it’s easy to behave as though a donors is always right. But the donor is not always right. In fact, most of the time, donors are wrong. Let us count the ways and give those donors a bit of the unsolicited advice they’re so happy handing out to nonprofits.

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