Posts Tagged ‘Golf’

Storytelling 101

12/11/2015 · Posted in Fund Raising

Telling a powerful story about your nonprofit may not be the best fundraising tool. What? That’s right, if we are telling the story of our nonprofit and leaving out the donor, we may be making a fundraising fumble. Every great story has a hero. When we leave out the donor, we’ve left out the hero ...

Promote Your Lessons at Charity Events – Free Automated Solution!

08/13/2014 · Posted in Cause Marketing, Fund Raising

Have you ever considered donating your talent to charity to help them raise some extra money? Golf lessons, guitar lessons, cooking lessons, skating lessons, personal fitness, … all of these and more could make a big difference (lesson by lesson) to a charity in need in your community. While donating a guitar lesson to a ...

Top 10 ways for Board Members to fundraise without asking for money

05/27/2014 · Posted in Fund Raising

The number 1 job function of most Nonprofit Board of Directors is fundraising. However, one of the main fears of volunteer Board Members is to ask for money. What is a nonprofit to do? Let us help you with a few ideas to get your Board Members moving along. Here are few ways to get ...

Making the most of your local social impact

04/16/2014 · Posted in Cause Marketing

Have you ever purchased a yogurt, drink, cereal bar, or a frozen TV dinner because of a pink ribbon? If you have, you are one of the nearly majority of the population who has done so. According to the 20-year research, 2013 Cone Communications Social Impact Study, tracked U.S. consumers and determined that 54% bought ...

Are you practicing what you preach?

03/13/2014 · Posted in Fund Raising, Travel

Every day nonprofit staff members ask volunteers and board members to ‘give or get’ contributions to benefit their mission.  Such generosity through annual funds, direct mail, special events, and much more, help ‘keep the lights on’ and ensure direct services are flowing to those in need. While we highly encourage – usually expect – volunteers ...