Establish a Fundraising Plan That Builds Capital
How often do you worry about funding your organization? Do you lose sleep at night wondering how you’ll find the revenue necessary to fund all the activities your organization was created to produce? What steps have you taken to get to where you need to be?
Fundraising is an essential activity for all start-up nonprofit organizations. Many will try to avoid fundraising believing that once they have the 501(c)(3) status, donations will be easy. This is a big mistake. Others may focus on grant writing, expecting a “miracle check” to help them start or grow the organization. This is also a mistake, especially when you don’t have a good website, a strategic plan, success stories, or other business fundamentals in place.
Plan for Success
Successful nonprofit organizations are those that develop a diverse set of income strategies to help provide revenue for the organization. While fundraising may seem to be a lot of work, it is critical that it becomes a regular part of the organization’s activities. Some charities or nonprofit organizations may have as many as 8-12 events planned for the year.
So how will your organization succeed when so many others fail? Start with a solid fundraising plan. Know where you need to be, how you’re going to get there…..and work hard.
Fundraising Products and Services to Meet Your Needs
We start with a free Fundraising Capacity Assessment in order to identify your organization’s potential to raise funds using various fundraising strategies. The assessment analyzes your current strategies and resources, and identifies areas where new or improved strategies could be adopted to improve fundraising results. This allows us the opportunity to make individualized recommendations in regards to the products and services that are the best fit for your organization’s needs.
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