SOAR has 4 programs:
- Leader’s Program – $800
- Fundraising Plan – $199
- Discovery Call – $15 for 15 minutes
- Nonprofit Cooperative/Cause Marketing Campaign – $1500
Online trainings include:
- Building Networks for Raising Money
- Developing an Advocate Program
- Growing your V-formation (volunteer program) to Increase Awareness
- Impactful Collaborative Networking Events
- SOAR – the Acronym for Developing and Maintaining Relationships for Fundraising
- Networking Events – Putting Together the Right Event to Grow Market Share
- Deepening your Volunteer Program
- Migrating into a New Fundraiser
- Donor Inclusion to Enhance the Endgame
- Nonprofit Cooperative Opportunities
- Becoming the Expert
- Managing the Fundraising Process
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2. Fundraising/Marketing Plan – $199 for a 12-month plan
Items accomplished within a ten- step interactive program:
- Goal (short and long term) Determined
- Resources Acknowledged
- Plan to Acquire Additional Resources
- Layout and Logistics
- Implementation Plan
HOW IT WORKS
- An online interactive program is set up specifically for your organization to develop a fundraising plan
- Key stakeholders on your end are invited to participate
- Meeting #1 is scheduled (call)
- Conversations continue for ten day (not always consecutive)
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3. Schedule a call with SOAR’s founder to discuss your fundraising/marketing program
$15 for 15 minutes
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4. Nonprofit Cooperative is a cause marketing campaign. Training/coaching for 1 year
WHY A NONPROFIT COOPERATIVE?
Small communities (county population under 30,000) put together nonprofit cooperatives to enhance individual success through group success. It’s the philosophy of giving back in order to move forward. The program is spearheaded by a business creating social impact by becoming the “community connector” or a nonprofit, who is enhancing credibility.
BENEFITS OF A NONPROFIT COOPERATIVE
The Nonprofit Cooperative relieves donor fatigue. People get tired of being asked over and over again for money. This happens a lot in small communities. It’s where the ratio of nonprofits to potential donors is really magnified. It is quickly apparent, the Nonprofit Cooperative lessens burnout for fundraising professionals. There’s an immediate support system among peers, nonprofit events cease to overlap, and people in the community begin to see the benefit of their unity. Organizations gain credibility. Marketing is often done together and this helps to reduce costs.
Cause marketing (“Nonprofit Cooperative”) enhances your community presence – cost for one year of development training and coaching is $1500.
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GET THE BOOK!
SOAR’s guide is also available for purchase. It has the steps for developing a successful networking event, which assists in raising awareness about your organization. It also provides details for a new money making opportunity. This is the program developed to increase fundraising 126% in four months. Get the book and then schedule a call.
$8.99 paperback/Kindle – purchase now through Amazon for $8.99
Schedule a call to discuss your program with SOAR’s Founder, $15 for 15 minutes – click here
Gayle Gross is the Founder and CEO of SOAR. She’s a fundraising educator, helping people create sustainable fundraising through the use of simple systems. The Center for Non-profit Excellence, Association of Fundraising Professionals of Southern Colorado and Colorado Nonprofits provide the stage to implement her tools into their roundtable discussions. “Marketing Your Non-profit” is a common theme for breakout sessions during conferences. Collaborative networking events, to increase market share and raise money, help businesses and non-profits collectively by improving their market share up to 180%. These are events Gayle helps her SOAR followers implement. Organizations continue to see their markets and services increase through the skills she teaches to groups of their volunteers. Peer to peer fundraising and productive social impact within communities are specialties many organizations choose to explore. She’s the author of the column “Teller Gives Back” in Teller County, Colorado, which features the way nonprofits give back to their community and establish enhanced relationships. She’s established a cooperative network of nonprofit organizations in the communities where she works. This helps to grow social impact for the organizations participating.erative network of nonprofit organizations in the community where she lives, which meets monthly.