WHY SOAR? Increase fundraising. (i.e. 126% in four months and 371% within sixteen months) when you focus on growing your community. Three ways to SOAR: 1.) Facebook Group (free) – check in here 2.) Monthly newsletter (free) – join the list here 3.) SOAR membership provides value on fundraising services: Monthly trainings - Fundraising Migration … Continue reading Why people choose to SOAR & develop a fundraising community.
We love this statement by Amy Clinton, "The overall success of a grant writer should ultimately be measured by whether or not the organization for which that person is writing grants is building relationships and program credibility with funders and achieving incremental increases in grant funding revenues." Recently, an organization in our community saw the deletion of … Continue reading Relationships with Grantors – Four Tips
A list, compiled through donor interviews, is below. These are the common answers for what a donor wants in order to feel good about a donation they make. good community standing for the non-profit they donate to a non-profit that works with others to pool resources respected fundraising tools fiscal responsibility of how they spend … Continue reading Getting donations because your non-profit gives the donors what they want
You have choices to make. You weigh the options while educating yourself. You make a choice. This is an ideal scenario but it's not always the way it goes. A corporation growing market share (AKA raising money) often limits their options to what they've always done and then expects different results. You've probably heard a … Continue reading Raising Money? A Result of Good Choices.
People who follow up in a timely manner achieve greater success. It's a bold statement. Do you agree? Take a look at someone who is doing well in growing their future. They share their message and then what? OFFER opportunities to be involved. It's the "O" in SOAR. First, you share your message and then … Continue reading Value of Follow up – PRICELESS
By Gayle Gross Companies are more cautious about revealing too much about their philanthropic activities, for fear of: being inundated with requests they cannot fill. raising the expectations of potential beneficiaries in a good year. angering shareholders who may perceive the company's charitable activity as giving away profits, or who don’t approve of the organizations … Continue reading Understanding Corporate Giving
"87% will purchase a product because a company advocated for an issue they cared about and 76% will refuse to purchase a company’s products or services upon learning it supported an issue contrary to their beliefs." Talk about pressure for businesses. This was taken from a communication case study in 2017. Corporate social responsibility was … Continue reading Partnering for Social Impact Includes Raising Money
Increasing market share naturally happens when relationships are established and then cultivated to be effective, as well as, sustainable. Networking opens doors and then it's time to look beyond the simple connection to determine the deeper dive, which establishes opportunities for giving back. SOAR is a system anyone can learn and implement to be more … Continue reading Building Networks to Raise Money is Looking Beyond the Simple Connection
A trend is the general course of prevailing tendency. If everyone asks for money in the same way is it a trend? Of course it is! Do you think a person you're asking knows the trend? Of course they do. Preparing for the ASK is usually a trend. People lean towards: Researching the person and … Continue reading Preparing for the ASK – Is fundraising a TREND?
SEEKING 5 innovative fundraisers to become winners with SOAR! SOAR gives back and now, one fundraiser in each of the 5 areas of the U.S. will be selected to learn SOAR's system without cost. Send an email with "why you" described. Send no more than 200 words by April 20 to firstname.lastname@example.org Put "Innovative Fundraiser" in the … Continue reading Seeking 5 Innovative Fundraisers