A monthly...what is that? It's a no-long-term commitment month of time where you get what you need to raise more money because WE'VE been in your shoes for a very long time. We've heard: "Double gifts within the next six months." (Double $23,000, oh my...) "Raise $7000 within the next two months." (There's nothing in … Continue reading Need Help Raising Money? Do a Monthly!
Have a simple conversation. There are two kinds - Motivational and Informational. They are both important when you're ready to throw in the towel. You make these conversations happen in order to increase your enthusiasm. Motivational conversations are with people who are: Supportive of our mission - who is that? Can you think of a couple … Continue reading Ready to Give Up on Fundraising? TALK
Answers to the following questions are your framework for crossing the gap: How do you educate people about your organization? What action steps do you have in place already? Where do you position yourself in the market? How do you plan to achieve your fundraising goal? Refer to your fundraising plan. We began working with … Continue reading Crossing the Gap of Fundraising
Add an experienced and successful fundraiser to your team for one year. SOAR gives a program away to one lucky non-profit every three months. Sign Up - Click Here! What you'll get: Monthly 1:1 Networking Meetings, which is a 50-minute call to discuss items you want to develop within your program Training webinars: The original series, … Continue reading Year-long Development Program for Fundraising
Collaborative Networking Events - THE way to spread your wings and SOAR! This is when you partner a business, nonprofit, sponsor and attendees. The business and the sponsor may be one in the same. Business - provides location Sponsor - pays for event amenities (food, etc) Non-profit - featured during presentation Attendees come to NETWORK … Continue reading Simple Steps for Building Networks to Raise Money
The V formation is a volunteer format. Think of birds flying in a flock. V Formation is a pattern most often used by a flock of birds. Birds maintain a healthy balance and do not get tired while flying because they lift each other up. Their wings create an updraft as the flock works together … Continue reading The V formation for Fundraising
1.) KNOW the person/organization you're asking. AND, know why they will say yes when you ask for a donation. Ideas for getting to know them: Invite them to attend activities you're hosting (when you're not asking for money or anything else in return) so you can talk and learn Take a genuine interest in the … Continue reading The 8th thing to do when asking for money!
"The more people you know, the more places you'll go." Sounds like a familiar quote, right? It's close but not quite the same as Dr. Seuss (if you're wondering). Building networks goes hand in hand with raising money and increasing market share. Take the text literally. The more people you know and share your message … Continue reading Raising Money & Building Networks!
Raising money - it's a cakewalk! Certainly you can make money doing a cake walk** but what we're talking about now is "making it EASY to raise money." Making sure it's a piece of cake. Setting things up so raising money happens without too much effort. Finding the SWEET spot. What does it look like? … Continue reading Reaching Fundraising Goals
How fast are you learning to use social media, hash tags, and your phone for everything?! It's a necessity when doing business these days. What if your job is raising money? How you use the tools improves your chances for being successful. Learning is education and systems are easy to learn when they are introduced … Continue reading Learning to Raise Money