What a year 2013 was

Slide19As we look forward to what 2014 has in store for each of us, it is good to reflect on what a year it was. Professionally, I set my sights on putting some roots down in 2013, and in August, I returned to the world of higher education when I accepted the position of Associate Vice President of Leadership and Fund Development for Chattanooga State Community College. I was also satisfied to complete my Certified Fund Raising Executive (CFRE) credential this past year. I hope 2013 brought you and the organizations you care about great satisfaction.

As in the past, I like to see what you all have been reading on this little blog of mine. Below are the top ten posts of 2013:

  1. Infographic: How Americans Give to Charity
  2. Solicitation Tips from 1891
  3. She Inspires Me | Anne Frank
  4. Workplace Giving Report points to more engagement
  5. The Intersection of Philanthropy and Women in History
  6. Organize volunteers and raise money with Sagepoint.com
  7. Causeway brings support to local causes you care about
  8. Crazy fun meets doing good with Moolta’s crowdfunding video challenges
  9. Felt delivers handwritten thank you’s in an iPad app
  10. Next Level Volunteer Organizing Solutions

I’m fascinated by the top ten countries represented by my readers (after the U.S.A):

Canada FlagCanada (2nd last year)

Israel FlagIsrael (new to the list)

Australia FlagAustralia (8th last year)

United Kingdom FlagUnited Kingdom (1st last year)

India FlagIndia (7th last year)

Pakistan FlagPakistan (3rd last year)

Ireland FlagIreland (new to the list)

Philippines FlagPhilippines (4th to list)

Netherlands FlagNetherlands (new to the list)

Germany FlagGermany (10th last year, too.)

And here are the top three posts of all-time:

  1. Simplify with Online Volunteer Organizing Solutions
  2. EnCOURAGEment to keep your New Year’s resolutions: 11 inspirational quotes for 2012
  3. Next Level Volunteer Organizing Solutions

I can’t wait to see what 2014 holds in the business of doing good for the greater good! Thank you for visiting Nonprofitunity, and if you are new to my blog, you can always stay in the loop by simply entering your email to be notified when I publish new content.

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