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Author, coach, copy-writer, nonprofit marketing consultant and political junkie, Pamela Grow is the author of “Five Days to Foundation Grants” and the creator of the Grants System, one of the first online programs geared to the busy fundraiser in the one-person development shop. She’s appeared on Rosetta Thurman’s All Nonprofits Considered radio program and been featured numerous times by the Chronicle of Philanthropy. Pam is the founder of #smNPchat on Twitter – the only Twitter chat geared specifically to the small nonprofit development shop, and she co-hosts Small Shop a regular column of Fundraising Success Magazine. She is honored to be a contributing member to Charity Channel, the Charity Place and Sofii. In her first position in nonprofit fundraising as a 15-hour a week development director for an agency with a $3 million dollar budget, Pamela increased individual giving by 25% – while reducing costs by 31% – and increased foundation funding by an astonishing 93%! She’s raised over $10 million in funding since then and has been positioning small nonprofit organizations on the path to sustainable funding ever since with her “Simple Development Systems” of donor-centric fundraising methods. With an eclectic 20 year background in politics, sales, marketing and philanthropy, Pamela’s greatest satisfaction lies in teaching the small community-based nonprofits how to, in her words, “market like the big boys” with limited time and resources.