Capital campaigns are a mainstay in nonprofit fundraising. There’s something special about a time-limited, specific goal like a capital campaign. It gets us motivated to give generously and accomplishes results we can see and touch. But things are changing. For starters, in our smartphone saturated world we have many more options to connect with donors.Continue reading
Who doesn’t like something for free? This week I’ve collected a few excellent free resources for you to use and reuse. I’ve included online trainings, articles, worksheets, templates, and best practices.
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It might sound too simplistic, but it’s true. When asking for a major gift for your nonprofit: Only ask the people you know want to say yes.
By making this your practice you’ll naturally spend your time focused on getting to know who IS ready to say yes.
While it’s ideal to have your prospect ask YOU, “How can I help?” or “What else do you need?” they can only do that when you spend time with them.
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