Category: Fundraising Tips | Page 3

For fundraising programs, “Specificity” only helps, never hurts the overall effort. Be specific as possible when setting your fundraising goals. This is the best fundraising advice and a great starting point.

At one point or another most non-profits experience disappointing results in fundraising. Good leaders and proactive organizations should take a hard look at their Fundraising Programs to see where change is needed.

We are committed to helping all of our group’s reach their New Years Resolutions. We are your partners in the process. Together there is no limit to what we can achieve. 2015 is going to be a great year on the blog and in fundraising!

By focusing on the story not the statistics, you will supercharge your fundraiser and affect HOPE in the world. Hope for a brighter future is the answer to fund-crushing.

Internet sales allow you to expand your reach and increase the number of potential donors. Here are four tried and true online fundraising strategies that really pay off.

Saying thank you in a memorable way not only makes a lasting impression. it will help you to retain your volunteers. Here are some ways to say thank you and show your volunteer appreciation.

It is vitally important that you are strategic with your fundraising efforts. This requires planning, budgeting and coordination. Here’s some handy tips that will help you to avoid the “more is more” mentality that leads to over-fundraising and fundraising fatigue.

Are you new to the world of fundraising? Are you overwhelmed and intimidated? Don’t stall out before you even get started. No need to throw in the towel. Fundraising campaigns need not be complicated. Help your group reach their fundraising goals by following these three simple steps.

The first step in planning your next fundraiser is setting fundraising goals. Choose a goal that matches your group’s unique circumstances. Be realistic.

A team approach to your fundraising group builds momentum and excitement- minimizing stress and maximizing results. Teams are successful because everyone becomes responsible for the team’s success.