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I would further suggest talking to some of the unbiased witnesses." Further, Rosenblum tells TMZ ...

Once donors believe that your cause truly matters, giving almost becomes an afterthought. Note, however, that if you survey your donors or ask questions of a potential donor, you have to learn to read the answer behind the answer.

But until then, you won’t have to sweat your fundraising ask if you follow these seven tips: The words you want them to say: “ Thanks to the web, we have more access to information about our donors than ever, as well as the ability to survey our donors and examine how they talk about our cause.

In her response letter she says, "It is morally reprehensible for an accused person and his bully lawyer to issue derogatory and defamatory statements against a young alleged rape victim." She adds, "It is also criminal -- in the State of Washington -- when those vicious attacks are issued in the form of threats." Koehler singles out Nelly's attorney for saying the accuser is "a person with an agenda and clearly she has one.

The agenda is money, fame and notoriety." Koehler's letter includes the legal statutes regarding intimidating a witness -- which is a class B felony in Washington.

Retired Navy SEAL Marcus Luttrell became famous after his harrowing experience during Operation Red Wings in Afghanistan, which became the subject of the Oscar-nominated film "Lone Survivor." Recently, the military veteran has made headlines again for a Facebook status he posted about a very different topic -- fatherhood.

Luttrell is dad to 3-year-old son Axe and 2-year-old daughter Addie.

And most importantly, the donor will feel valued and important. They’re the ones whose enthusiasm makes changes happen in the world. For more tips on the advice visit, check out Gail Perry’s great article on how advice visits can open any door in town. But often times, the most important, meaningful thing – the thing your prospect REALLY wants to tell you – won’t be said if you quickly fill the silence. In fact, the other day I was thinking about when I was a kid and would go out and look at the stars in the country and see meteors and all kinds of awesome stuff.

Bad Fundraiser: “What’s the most important thing about the environment to you? [Superman Fundraiser: “What’s the most important thing about the environment to you? But now that the city is so big, and there’s so much light pollution and smog, when I go out with MY kids to our cabin we’re lucky to see anything. And you were about to start making a generic appeal about one of your programs, totally at random!

” Donor: “Well, I think environmental damage is a pretty big problem. ” Donor: “Well, I think environmental damage is a pretty big problem. Now you have so much material to work with, and know exactly the RIGHT program to talk about.

We’re hurting the environment forever and we don’t even realize it! We’re hurting the environment forever and we don’t even realize it! Your donor has practically sold themselves, all because you shut up! You’re inviting other people to take action on a cause that they genuinely care about. And at the end of the day, most people don’t mind feeling like they’re making an outsized impact on the world.

Don’t be scared of sounding weird or too forward by asking things like, “What do you think is the biggest challenge we face in this area?