The International Fundraising Conference has just closed in Holland and that seems a good place to start this week's round-up.
Paul de Gregorio shares some of the great videos that were shown in sessions.
Lucy Caldicott describes her favourite moments from the conference.
I'm sure they'll be more interesting posts on the event in the coming week as well. Elsewhere...
The Veritus conclude another 'must-read' series. This time it is on outrageous donor service.
Eight reasons why bad training happens to good non-profits. From Beth Kanter.
I found this post on what staff want board members to know by Kivi Leroux Miller interesting.
I tweeted last week how impressed I was by the Sightsaver 'A Million Miracles' campaign and the their press ad. Open Fundraising explain a bit more about the appeal.
Simon Scriver on restorative fundraising.
Is it me you're looking for? Francesco Ambrogetti takes a look at the sad extinction of the donor sapiens.
Pamela grow shares a simple, but highly effective donor acquisition letter.
New Philanthropy Capital have released an interesting report on 10 innovations in global philanthropy (though 8/10 of the case studies are from North America and Europe).
Anne Green questions if your annual report brilliant or boring?
Clairifcation with 10 ways to earn donors' trust and confidence.
Bernadette Jiwa shares an interesting story about her local ice cream parlour. There's an analogy with our donors there somewhere!