I was challenged by a colleague recently to write something using the concept that “nobody ever washes a rental car.”
Planned Giving Blog
Helping your donors meet the December 31 tax deadline means that you can plan on staying longer and doing more than just about everyone else — except for your office’s gifts processor. So plan a nice rest in January (Isn’t there a planned giving conference in the Caribbean, then? There should be…) and get ready for the year-end sprint.
None of us is supposed to be here by now. In 1968, Stanford’s Paul Ehrlich predicted that “In the 70s the world will undergo famines… hundreds of millions of people (including Americans) will starve to death.” (The Population Bomb, 1968) A year later, Dr. Ehrlich wagered, “I would take even money that England will not exist in the year 2000.” (The doctor lost his bet, but earned enough royalties to secure his retirement).