Board Members: Making a Difference without Making the Ask [INFOGRAPHIC]

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We’ve talked about getting 100 percent of your board members to fundraise. But maybe they’re providing a significant monetary contribution by themselves and don’t want to actively recruit other fundraisers. As Lori Jacobwith points out, that’s ok. There are other powerful ways that board members can help while not directly asking for money. Check out these tips from Jacobwith in our infographic below [click to enlarge].

Devin Thomas

Devin Thomas is an Interactive Media Architect at Nonprofit Hub, bringing nonprofits visual and interactive content to inform and share. Whether it’s producing helpful videos like our InKind series or designing infographics, he is always looking for new ways to bring nonprofits vital information.

June 2, 2015

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