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January 31, 2008


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robert guinto

Confidence in ones organization and having a strategic development plan would provide the blueprint on how best to use dollars spent to raise the money. I have read too many financials showing deficits in fundraising but the person still got paid. When people raised money does it make sense to raise $90,000 but spend $80,000 for a net of $10,000. All of that time and effort spent to raise the money with a clear development plan is usually more productive.

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