Ready to Call a Funding Prospect?
When you’re ready to call a funding prospect, make sure to take time to research and strategize your approach. And, don’t forget to practice your pitch!
Strengthen Your Fundraising Program
If your fundraising isn’t yielding strong results or your nonprofit seems unstable, consider whether you’ve got these three critical elements in place.
Reluctant Board Fundraisers
Board members who won’t help with fundraising are a big challenge for nonprofits. Very often, they may not be comfortable reaching out to prospects or making asks, and may not want to admit to that either!
Making the Case: What’s the Problem?
A compelling case statement tells your organization’s story and inspires action – ideally, in the form of donations. And the Problem Statement is the crux of a strong case for support. Ultimately, the better you illustrate the problem, the stronger the ask.
Four Ways to Get Board Giving Right, From the Start
Bringing on new board members? Plan ahead and have key discussions early on to avoid challenges and frustrations and help ensure a positive governance experience.
The Power of a Sentence
Your appeal letter’s power sentence sets the stage for the ask. Here are some examples to get you started.
Six Tips for Your Nonprofit in the Sharing Economy
Need to boost your development department’s output but cloning yourself or key staff isn’t an option? Here are strategies to expand your capacity just when you need it.
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