HumourAugust 04, 2017

Nonprofit pick-up lines

Here are the best #NonprofitPickUpLines we could find, to ensure that you, like your grants, don't get rejected.
2019-07-12 00:00:00 India Development Review Nonprofit pick-up lines
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Your eyes are like a federal grant: I can get lost in them forever. #nonprofitpickuplines

— Vu (@NonprofitAF) November 3, 2015


My feelings for you, girl, they’re UNRESTRICTED! #nonprofitpickuplines @FundraisingYoda

— Maeve Strathy (@fundraisermaeve) November 5, 2015


I hope I’m not rushing things, but you really seem like someone I could introduce to my board. #nonprofitpickuplines

— melissajonas (@melissajonas) November 2, 2015


Want to go on a second date? I’m focusing more on retention than acquisition. #nonprofitpickuplines

— Scott Gilman (@scottgilman) November 5, 2015


You’re so sweet, you remind me of the left-over cookies from the meeting that the staff got to share the next morning. #nonprofitpickuplines

— Ben Richgruber (@StateTheatreGuy) February 14, 2017


“Do you believe in love at first sight, or do I need to volunteer to stay behind to stack chairs again?” #nonprofitpickuplines

— Vu (@NonprofitAF) February 14, 2017


Are you a grant with unrestricted funding? Because you are everything I’ve been looking for #NonProfitPickUpLines

— Meghan (@Mjohns19) February 14, 2017


Why don’t we head back to my place and work on our best practices… #nonprofitpickuplines

— Tim (@tbart19) February 14, 2017


You warm my heart…which is good, because we had to turn the office heat down this month to stay on budget. 🙌#nonprofitpickuplines

— Ben Richgruber (@StateTheatreGuy) February 14, 2017


What’s a nice organization like you doing at an 8 am breakfast round table like this? #nonprofitpickuplines

— Margaret Waldock (@GRDodgeEnviro) November 3, 2015

I would sign up for your mailing list. Twice. #nonprofitpickuplines

— Vu (@NonprofitAF) November 6, 2015


Dont worry about a ring, baby. The only engagement I’m looking for is from my board. #nonprofitpickuplines

— Joycelyn Fish (@Joycelyn_Fish) November 6, 2015


“I wish I were sine squared and you were cosine squared. Together we’d be one..step closer to finishing this report.” #nonprofitpickuplines

— Vu (@NonprofitAF) February 14, 2017

Those are our favourite nonprofit pick up lines– what are yours? Share them with us in the comments.

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