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The do's and don'ts of fundraising

Posted: June 11, 2010 | Tags: Ethics and Excellence in Journalism, Investigative Reporters and Editors

From July 2007 to June 2008 the Ethics and Excellence in Journalism Foundation awarded nearly $4.5 million in grants to non-profit journalism organizations.

In the past three years, the Okalahoma-based foundation has handed out grants to more than 100 journalism groups.

With that kind of track record, people listen when they talk about the right way to ask for money. This week at the Investigative Reporters and Editors conference in Las Vegas, Sue Hale, a media consultant for the foundation, passed out "The do’s and don’ts of fundraising.”

Here they are:

Do’s:
•    Research the rules listed ...

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