Amy Sewell

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LAY THE GROUNDWORK

1. Identify your goal. How much money do you need to raise by December 31?

2. Set your strategy. Clearly communicate why you need the money. What good things will happen because the donor gives or what bad things can they prevent by giving before the end of this year? Don’t forget: remind your supporters of the great things that have happened as you have partnered in your shared cause this year.
LAY THE GROUNDWORK 1. Identify your goal. How much money do you need to raise by December 31? 2. Set your strategy. Clearly communicate why you need the money. What good things will happen because the donor gives or what bad things can they prevent by giving before the end of this year? Don’t forget: remind your supporters of the great things that have happened as you have partnered in your shared cause this year.
07 Nov 2022

14 Tips for Successful Year-End Fundraising

LAY THE GROUNDWORK 1. Identify your goal. How much money do you need to raise by December 31? 2. Set…

As a steward of the fundraising responsibility for your organization, one of your most critical responsibilities is inviting new supporters to be involved in accomplishing your mission! And not just for today, but people who will continue to support your organization for years to come.
As a steward of the fundraising responsibility for your organization, one of your most critical responsibilities is inviting new supporters to be involved in accomplishing your mission! And not just for today, but people who will continue to support your organization for years to come.
23 Apr 2020

Is Your Donation Form Driving Away Donors?

As a steward of the fundraising responsibility for your organization, one of your most critical responsibilities is inviting new supporters…