Since the whole world is staying home and in-person events aren’t happening thanks to social distancing, it’s time to pivot to online fundraising events and virtual fundraisers to bring in money for your small nonprofit. Even though it feels like we’re all isolated right now, the internet can join us together in fun andContinue reading
Let’s just cut right to the chase: The entire world is facing a pandemic. International borders are closing, and officials in almost every state are asking people to practice social distancing and self-quarantine. The long-term economic implications are scary. For-profit businesses are definitely taking a hit, so it stands to reason that the nonprofits
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For small nonprofits, the right fundraising event can be a great way to raise money. It can also be a LOT of work. And a little scary. A good fundraising event requires investing a lot of time, effort, and money upfront without knowing what the payoff will be. In some ways, you’re working onContinue reading
A very common “go-to” funding idea for small nonprofits is fundraising events. Events are great ways to bring like-minded people together and have a good time in the name of your cause! Some fundraising events are huge, drawing attendees and sponsors like moths to a flame. Other events are smaller, more intimate gatherings where
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If you’ve ever planned a fundraising event, you understand the months of planning and coordination that go into it. From securing sponsors to mobilizing volunteers, the process of executing a successful event can be all-consuming. With all of that hard work, you want to make sure that you get the most out of your event. Follow these tips to host a successful fundraising event.Continue reading
The more simple your systems and plan, the easier it is to adapt in times of stress.
Do you have multiple grant proposal deadlines in the next few weeks?
Or is your biggest fundraising event of the year in the next few weeks and it has so many moving pieces it’s like a house of cards?
Do you ever worry about how to best say what you’re thinking? Especially to your donors?
A number of years ago, Sarah, my friend and coworker pulled me aside after a meeting to ask, “Did you mean to take out the entire city in that meeting?”
I gave her a blank look until she repeated back a few of my comments—what I meant to be honest and helpful sounded, well, pushy and like I was criticizing.
In raising money, engaging board members, building relationships, and frankly in just about any area of your life, communication is the key to success.
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Each time I attend a nonprofit fundraising event I’m on the look-out for new ways guests are inspired about the mission of the organization. Recently I attended the Transforming Families fundraising luncheon for the
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The fundraising event you just held or are in the midst of preparing for has taken over your life. And you aren’t even sure it will meet the goal. Sound like you? Then take a quick listen as I share a common mistake for fundraising event planning. Video not displaying? You can see it here. […]
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Do you fear your donors are bored with you? Here’s some good news: with all the holiday parties at this time of year, you have virtual laboratory for learning to be interesting! How to be interesting to your donors In his classic How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie gives you a secretContinue reading