The support and community everyone needs to succeed

There are a lot of things you can join. Boards, clubs, airline mileage clubs …

They all promise something. Some deliver. Others don’t.

But here’s something you can join that you will thank yourself for. Not years from now, but WEEKS from today…

The Fundraisingology Lab by Moceanic.

I recommend you look into it. Right now, while the doors are open.

Here’s why: It’s a treasure-trove of great stuff on the kind of fundraising that builds organizations — and careers. I’m talking:

  • Donor-focused.
  • Fact based.
  • Real-world and practical.
  • Built around a community of smart fundraisers around the world.
  • And, most of all, built on the idea that we can — we should — LOVE fundraising. (Because that’s how you get good at it! And enjoy your job.)

If you’re a smart fundraising professional with an amazing cause, high goals, and a big heart, you need to check this out.

But note: the enrolment period for The Fundraisingology Lab will close on Thursday, September 19! And it will really close. Nobody will be able to join after that date. I can’t pull strings and let you in. Nobody can. That’s because it only opens once or twice a year. The rest of the time The Fundraisingology Lab team is 100% focused on serving their members.

The main thing: as a member of The Fundraisingology Lab, you’ll get immediate access to the full catalog of Moceanic online courses, workshops, and other resources from some of your favorite fundraising gurus, like Tom Ahern, Sean Triner, Simone Joyaux, Erica Waasdorp, Professor Adrian Sargeant, Amy Eisenstein, and Roger Craver. And me. I’ve created some of the materials, too – including my three online courses about nonprofit communications, direct mail, and storytelling.

Check out The Fundraisingology Lab by Moceanic.

Think of it this way: For just a bit more than the cost of one online course, you get a rich curriculum of useful, proven online courses about the most impactful approaches in fundraising…. Plus:

  • Full access to the Fundraisingology Lab Members-Only Community.
  • Access to Live Q&A Video Calls.
  • Members-Only Weekly Emails with Expert Tips, Announcements and Connections.
  • Brilliant Checklists, Cheat-sheets, Spreadsheets, Workbooks, and other tools that will make your job easier and more effective.

No matter how strong your fundraising, you and I know it can be better! More effective. More life-affirming. More donor-focused. More joyful.

Your cause needs you. The world needs you! Join The Fundraisingology Lab and achieve the best for yourself, your cause and the world.


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    Michelle Tribe

    Thank you for this! I signed up!

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    Michelle Tribe

    Thank you for this! I signed up!

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