Major donors are often ‘badly handled’ by fundraisers, according to NPC
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Major donors are often ‘badly handled’ by fundraisers, according to NPC

1 Jul 2016 | Hugh Radojev

High net worth individuals and philanthropists are often “badly handled” by fundraisers, who lack the requisite knowledge and skills to continue and even increase major donor giving, according to New Philanthropy Capital.

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Major donors are often ‘badly handled’ by fundraisers, according to NPC

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