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It all started as a networking system developed for a bank to increase market share and, in the end, raised more money than anyone ever thought possible. The system transitioned to non-profits and the trend continued.  NOW, the system is YOURS to learn and USE! Testimonials

Education includes self-study courses and 1:1 calls to talk specifically about your program.

Details for Self-study Courses 

SOAR Discovery Session: This is when you’re partnered with a professional fundraiser, skilled at helping people increase market share and raise more money.  It’s a 50-minute voice or video call with an audit of YOUR fundraising systems. Three goals for moving your program forward are determined and plans for implementation suggested. Learn More

Schedule a SOAR Discovery Session for $150 (See Availability)

How about a combination of the a self-study course and SOAR Discovery Session? Offers


Do you want more?

SOAR coaches organizations through the fund raising process where there’s a thread of communication, education and coaching for reaching goals twelve months out of the year. There are a limited number of people added at this level because in order to ACHIEVE YOUR GOAL, it takes focus on SOAR’s part. Prices range from $1800 to $3600 annually, depending on the depth of the program. The first step is a SOAR Discovery Session.

Schedule a SOAR Discovery Session for $150 (See Availability)

You are also welcome to send an email to iwantto@soarwithnetworkfundraising.com expressing your interest for a coach and include:

  • Your name and contact information, including a phone number
  • Your organization’s name
  • How much money you would like to raise by when
  • How much money did you raise over the last eighteen months and what was the method you used

Video – Shares the Secret of Success!

Click to watch a brief video to understand the process of SOAR’s proven system for raising money.


Summary of links:


14046121_10204846371117808_4669610499791876103_n-1Gayle Gross developed SOAR with Network Fundraising out of a need for a new concept in raising awareness and dollars. She had worked in development for twelve years but was increasing market share and raising money long before that as an avid volunteer sitting on non-profit boards. She knows the common techniques of people “asking” for money because she’s been on both sides – asking and being asked. She knows there’s a need to do it differently and has developed tools for relationship development.