Last year Brad Pitt and Jonah Hill teamed up in Moneyball, an inspiring movie about working with what you’ve got, no matter how meager. Pitt played Billy Beane, the Oakland A’s manager who created a winning team with one of the smallest budgets in Major League Baseball.
So what do baseball and Brad Pitt have to do with your nonprofit fundraising strategy? With this slow economic climate, finding ways to thrive despite a grim fundraising outlook is absolutely crucial—and tremendously difficult.
That’s where fearless fundraising innovation comes in. Check out the article below to take a lesson from baseball and become a more flexible nonprofit fundraiser.
Baseball’s Lessons on Promoting Social Change [The Chronicle of Philanthropy]
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