Posts Tagged ‘Vacation’

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 ...

Year End Giving – It’s Not Too Late

12/18/2014 · Posted in Fund Raising

It’s mid-December and you haven’t sent out a year-end appeal. You’re overwhelmed thinking about how you will get it all done in the little bit of time that is left. Knowing that most non-profits raise a significant portion of their budget during the last 4 – 6 weeks of the year, as much as 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 ...

Have fun. Will travel. Raise money.

05/09/2014 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Travel

Do you remember your first vacation? You, know, the one with beautiful sunsets, sand between your toes, a morning cup of coffee from a mountain cabin view or laughter-filled afternoons making snow angles. Even the ones that might have involved way too much sunscreen lathered on or not enough, mosquito attacks, creepy-crawlers in your tent, ...

Boost Fundraising Power by Adding Golf to the Mix

02/20/2014 · Posted in Charity Events, Fund Raising

Are you spending valuable time and staff resources scouring through donors, volunteers and acquaintances to find great items for your fundraising auction? While vacation getaways have always been a popular item, bringing in high dollars, golf can mean equally high income at your next fundraising auction. Your donors can enjoy a day of golf or ...