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Do Your Grants Have The Right Ingredients? 8245

I recently bought a candy thermometer at a vintage store, mainly because it was still in the original box from the 1950s. I’ve never been a candymaker, and certainly never made any sort of candy that necessitated a thermometer, but I figured I’d give it a whirl. After a quick online search and a helpful tutorial video, I ventured into candy making with a ...

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Ch-ch-ch-ch Changes? Turn and Face the Strange! 8230

In 2019, my family experienced numerous changes. Our daughter moved into the dorms, my in-laws moved in with us for a few months and then into assisted living, I was assigned a new manager and new projects, and my husband changed employers. All in a single year. On New Year’s Eve 2019, we were all looking forward to a calmer year in 2020 … and then 2020 brought ...

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What’s Your Guiding North Star? 8177

What did you dream of doing when you were a child? Many children dream of being a doctor, teacher, pilot, or veterinarian. What was the motivation for your dreams? Did you hear about a sick person and want to help them? Or did you have a wonderful teacher you wanted to emulate?

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Celebrating Our October Certified Professionals 8053

Blackbaud University is celebrating the professionals who became Blackbaud Certified in Organizational Best Practices in October! Be sure to review our listing, and celebrate your colleagues by viewing their profiles, becoming Blackbaud Community friends, or just congratulating them on their awesome achievements. To all our Certified ...

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Delicate Plans Lead To Strong Foundations 8010

Insights into planned giving and the new Organizational Best Practices course Blackbaud is offering on how to comprehensively steward planned givers at your organization.

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