Monthly Archives: February 2005

Why You Should Test Wristbands Now

If you don’t wear one yourself, chances are someone you know wears one of the Lance Armstrong Foundation‘s yellow LIVESTRONG wristbands – after all, 33 million of them have already been distributed by this nonprofit organization dedicated to cancer prevention

Breakthrough Fundraising Trends, Strategies and Tactics

In the January/February 2005 issue of FundRaising Success magazine, Tim Burgess’ column (“Because It Matters”) explores “The Fundraising Landscape, Circa 2005,” pointing out that “the smartest fundraisers are paying attention to what promises to be next in breakthrough fundraising trends,

Running the Boston Marathon for Charity: A Personal Fundraising Initiative (Part Four)

Ten weeks from today, I’ll be running the Boston Marathon for the seventh time in my life, the fourth time for charity. This year, I’ll be running it for Children’s Hospital Boston. Children’s Hospital Boston is a 325-bed comprehensive center