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Fundraising Reading Round-Up

Here the latest round-up of fundraising articles for you to enjoy.

If you'd like updates of the best posts on fundraising on a more regular basis, then I'm helping Reinier from 101 Fundraising with his new Fundraising Fever Facebook page.

We'll be listing our favourite posts throughout the week, so it's a great place to check if you want a quick read and have a few minutes spare. We're looking for some in the US or Canada to help us out as well, so get in touch if you're interested.

Plug over, here is this week's round-up. Enjoy.

If you're interested in innovation then check out the "Innovation (still) Rules" report from NFP Synergy and Lucy Gower.

An interesting interview with a donor on how they decided which direct debits to cancel.

Ifundraiser on the art of saying thank you.

The Agitator discusses retention - includes a useful infograph.

Charlie asks "whose side are you on?"

Jeff with the seven sins and seven virtues of fundraising.

Agents of Good on good writing and good design.

Passionate Giving share the first of three things that bother them about fundraising.

Aline celebrates the craft of fundraising.

January's non-profit blog carnival on dreams and aspirations for 2013 is now up.

I enjoyed this three part series from the Donor Dreams blog on lessons from the Chicago Cubs Convention.

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