Sara Lundenberger, director of nonprofit consulting

Although Sara never meant to be a fundraiser, her first post-college job was as a development assistant and she never looked back. She loves working with our nonprofit clients because they know what they want to achieve, but they may not always know how to get there. She integrates fundraising best practices with an organization’s capacity to create processes and plans that are usable. Sara truly believes nonprofits make the world a better place. From her previous positions to the fantastic clients she works with now, she learns a little more about the world we live in every day. We are all touched by a nonprofit organization every day, whether we know it or not.
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Recent Posts

Writing for audiences in sensitive situations

As you write your appeal letters, grant narrative or marketing copy, you might be wondering how to properly tell your story for audiences in sensitive situations. Questions like these become very...

A year-end appeal checklist

No, it is not too early to think about your year-end appeal. As a matter of fact, it might be a little late. But, if you haven’t started planning – don’t freak out! The following checklist will cover...

Celebrate National Nonprofit Day your way

Every day, we are all impacted by a nonprofit in our community, whether we know it or not. I pass through Zoar, which is preserved by a nonprofit. I walk my dog, Lucy, who I rescued from a nonprofit....

Four reasons a Fundraising Readiness Assessment™ may be right for you

Dot Org Solutions has two areas of focus – fundraising consulting and marketing. Last week, Kayleigh Fladung, our marketing and PR services manager, talked about our marketing assessments. Those...

So, what does a fundraising consultant do?

Last week, our marketing and PR services manager, Kayleigh Fladung, wrote her blog post on a few problems a marketing consultant might be able to help you solve. But, here at Dot Org, we don’t just...

Step 1: How to start a grant program

This is the first post in a series of three blogs the Dot Org team will be writing on something all nonprofits should know about: grants. I’m going to start off with “Step 1: How to start a grant...

Seven mistakes fundraisers are making

Fundraisers pay attention to a lot of things but often forget to make note of the mistakes they might be making. They tend to focus on what’s next - and not on what’s happened. After all, your board...

Monthly giving and how it can boost annual giving

Fundraisers and nonprofits are always searching for a way to raise more annual donations, and the secret might be through monthly giving. 

Using rented lists to acquire donors

It’s a new year for your fundraising efforts. One of your goals might be to recruit some new donors to your organization. And some of the ways you can find new donors is to buy or rent a list. I have...

A year-end pep talk for fundraisers

As the holiday season begins, many of us will spend more time with family, participate in holiday activities and consume scrumptious holiday food; but for fundraisers, this means it's time to have a...
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