Can your nonprofit really raise millions?



This practical guide shows you how to build a fundraising team that raises millions of dollars—so that you can make your mission happen.

Everyone has a role in bringing revenue and resources to your nonprofit. Let’s Raise Nonprofit Millions Together offers you a framework to grow board members, staff, and others who champion—and even discover they enjoy—fundraising. You’ll learn how to rally your team to raise revenue together.

Wow! Let’s Raise Nonprofit Millions Together should be mandatory reading for every CEO out there! Packed with information and guidance.

Hope Gwilyams

Author, Into The Arms of Mary

Let’s Raise Nonprofit Millions Together reframes fundraising from a mystery for experts to standard operating procedure for any nonprofit. You’ll discover:

  • why you’re being selfish if only a few people grow resources;
  • ways to uncover people’s fundraising talents, even if they doubt such abilities exist;
  • how to transform anyone into a revenue hero;
  • the six practices that transform strangers into fans;
  • how to grow your culture of philanthropy.

Karen Eber Davis is an accomplished practitioner-scholar. She writes polished, well-researched books based on a wealth of hands-on client successes.

Thomas Bakewell

Consultant and author, Claiming Your Place at the Boardroom Table

This book transforms the nonprofit cliché “build a relationship” into specific tips and concrete ideas you can use today. Together you can raise millions. This book shows you how.  

About the Author

Karen Eber Davis

From raising money to board recruitment, from staffing to strategic planning, Karen Eber Davis thoroughly researches timely topics related to fundraising and non-profit management and shares what she learns through her blog, videos, consulting work and now her book. Karen has a vast network of seasoned non-profit executives who provide input to her work and help her bring the most up-to-date information to the marketplace, ultimately helping organizations raise more money, build infrastructure and accomplish their mission goals.