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It’s a Match!

Finding the Right Funding Source


Learn what you need to know about Corporate, Government, and Foundation funding sources. You will learn a step by step process to determine if you have found the right match!

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Thursday, November 15, 2018
1-3pm (ET)

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Latest Blog Posts

Saying Thanks!

Everyone knows that donors need to be thanked, right? Well, maybe not.  I recently made a donation to an organization and did not receive an acknowledgement of my gift for[…]

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It’s a Match

One of the most asked questions from nonprofit and ministry leaders is “how can I find the right funders for my organization?”  Understanding the ins and outs of funding opportunities[…]

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Finish 2018 Strong

For many nonprofits and ministries, the months between October and December are crucial to their financial health. For some organizations as much as 50% of their annual revenue may come[…]

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Need a Miracle?

And he took the seven loaves and the fishes, and gave thanks, and brake them, and gave to his disciples, and the disciples to the multitude.
~Matthew 15:36

In my opinion, this is one of the most amazing miracles in the Bible. It must have been an awesome site to see. So, imagine this little boy who was probably 7 or 8 years old had his lunch packed by his mom that day. As a mom myself, I can see his mom telling him that he needed to take his lunch with him as it would be a long day. And, in his little lunch box, she carefully placed seven loaves of bread (probably what we would think of as rolls) and a few small fish, because she was a mom she might have also included a napkin and maybe a bottle of water.

She was thinking about making sure her son, her only responsibility had enough to eat that day, she certainly wasn’t thinking about all the others who would also be following Jesus.


Though this mom had taken the steps to prepare for her son’s care, the others in the massive group of followers had not done so. An estimated 15,000 (men were the only ones counted, plus women and children) came unprepared with anything to eat. Certainly, the small child who came prepared for mealtime should not be expected to share. And certainly, his small lunch would only be enough for himself and maybe one or two others.


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