Monthly Archives: May 2017

Storytelling Tips from Planned Giving Days

This year, Planned Giving Days was all about storytelling—one of our favorite things here at Impact! It started with John Trybus of Georgetown University’s Center for Social Impact Communication. We already loved John before his plenary address last Thursday morning, … more

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#WordsOfWisdomWednesday: Stitch This World Together

“The patchwork quilt is really a symbol of the world which must come: one new design made out of many old designs. We will stitch this world together yet. Don’t give up.” -Pete Seeger   Photo credit: © Steve Snodgrass. … more

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#WordsOfWisdomWednesday: Excellence

“An excellent plumber is infinitely more admirable than an incompetent philosopher. The society that scorns excellence in plumbing because plumbing is a humble activity and tolerates shoddiness in philosophy because it is an exalted activity will have neither good plumbing … more

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#WordsOfWisdomWednesday: Do the work

“Nothing will work unless you do.” -Maya Angelou       Photo credit: © Kevan. Used under a Creative Commons (CC-BY-2.0) license. Save Save Save

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Who was your favorite teacher?

There are an awful lot of special holidays in our country. There’s Bicycle Safety Month, International Chocolate Day and even National Hand Washing Week? (At Impact, we encourage you to enjoy safe biking, eating chocolate, and washing your hands outside these … more

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#WordsOfWisdomWednesday: It’s not about the stuff

“Marketing is no longer about the stuff that you make but about the stories you tell.” -Seth Godin     Photo credit: © Dave Bleasdale. Used under a Creative Commons (CC-BY-2.0) license. Save Save Save Save

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