The June photo blogging challenge was “The Notebook”
I actually like keeping hand written notes and pre-pandemic I kept a paper day planner in my purse.
I find the act of writing notes helps me to retain information better than if I typed them.
Quincy, MA is gearing up to celebrating the 400th anniversary of our founding: 2025
I mentioned in the May photo blogging challenge that I’m pursuing the Certified Fundraising Executive credential and I have a test date that’s coming up fast – July 25th!
On top of the notebook are mints from 2 fundraising consulting firms that they gave out at fundraising conferences I’ve attended.
Nonprofit professionals love useful SWAG!
Now I’m done with literal and moving on to what I’m using my notebooks for notes on in the next few photos.
It took me a while to get through John Haydon’s book because his death was too recent and I couldn’t read without hearing his voice.
I’m glad I powered through! Lots of great stuff to advance fundraising by actually practicing donor centered fundraising rather than it just being a buzzword.
After my CFRE test, my next priority is getting nonprofit status for a Disability Rights group I’m on the board of
My favorite books on fundraising use humor to help communicate their points.
So those are my five photos for the challenge. Looking forward to seeing what others came up with!
This monthly photo blogging challenge is facilitated by PJ of the Northeast Bloggers Network.