Posts Tagged ‘nonprofit’

Professional Event Planners or Volunteers?

02/04/2016 · Posted in Charity Events

Every nonprofit faces the question when looking at their fundraising events for the year. Do we put our fundraising event budget in the hands of volunteers or do we hire or contract with a professional event planner? Hiring a professional may seem like a no brainer for some organizations, while others are struggling to pay ...

Raffles Are A Great Way To Raise Money At Your Fundraiser

01/19/2016 · Posted in Fund Raising

Have you ever considered a Raffle for your Fundraising event? Sometimes you don’t have a lot of folks that want to cut a $7,000 check in attendance at your silent/live auction event. There is an easy way to maximize your donations from the attendees that are there to cut much smaller checks but still want ...

We’d Love To Hear From You

01/13/2016 · Posted in Fund Raising

Working closely with nonprofits is our passion. And we enjoy helping event planners and nonprofits with their fundraising efforts.  So much so that we’d love to hear from all of you that we’ve had the pleasure of working with. Your comments help others know what to expect when they’re looking for someone to help in their fundraising ...

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 ...

Getting Started with TravelPledge

As you begin planning your fundraising auction, be sure to include TravelPledge in your “to do” list. Travel Pledge can ease the burden of finding high quality auction items and great destinations. The unique system is designed to be a partner to nonprofit organizations of any size. TravelPledge will help to maximize your auction donations, ...