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Plan Ahead. Reduce stress. Increase success

With 2019 on the horizon (wasn’t it just summer time?), the importance of looking ahead has never been greater. The new year brings fresh opportunities to recognize the importance of planning for the future. As strategic conversations about financials take place, marketing and media often gets pushed to the side to make room for the […]

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Capitalizing on Capital Campaigns

At Rhyme and Reason, we’re always looking for new ways to help your organization reach fundraising goals both creatively and effectively. Whether you’re looking to refresh existing strategies or want to rebuild from the ground up, check out these tips on ways to increase donations in your next capital campaign. Show real life impact If […]

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#GivingTuesday: The power behind a hashtag

Since its inception in 2012, #GivingTuesday has proven to be a marketing success story time and time again. Following just four days after major Black Friday spending goes down, #GivingTuesday harnesses the power of social media and encourages people across the world to give back through charitable donations. This year’s Tuesday is expected to bring […]

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Top 10 Sorority Videos

Fraternities and sororities are much more than the stereotypes portrayed through film and the media. Greeks inspire and educate their members, serve their communities, celebrate accomplishments and recruit new members to share in their experience. Through the use of video, Greek organizations can capture the emotion of what it means to be a member of the […]

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Enhance Your Annual Meeting Aesthetic

In the Greek community, annual meetings are the ONE time of year the organization’s entire leadership assembles. These crucial meetings are where leadership elections and important bylaw additions/revisions take place and typically are limited to the highest officers within each chapter or emerging leaders  who would benefit from understanding the inner-workings of the organization. Attendees […]

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