Here is a compilation of some of our best advice about how to communicate with your key stakeholders about your organization and its fundraising needs during the coronavirus crisis.
Holding your fundraising event virtually, rather than in-person, doesn’t make the event easy. In order for your event to succeed, you still need to make the event a fun experience for your guests which means thoughtful and creative planning and skilled execution. Here are 10 tips for making your virtual event a success.
We might be driven indoors and we might be choosing to self-quarantine or practice social distancing. But that doesn’t mean that we have to abandon our efforts raise funds for our missions. We just need to adapt, to transform those efforts this year. Here are 9 virtual event ideas you can NOT invite your constituents to so your group doesn’t want to forge ahead.
You’ve sat in that meeting: the one where a member of the board says “if the drug prevention coalition across town can raise $175,000 at their gala, why can’t we?” Unknowingly, what your board member is offering is a benchmark comparison, measuring a peer institution’s performance against yours. Depending on what you want to learn from another organization, different peer institutions might be helpful comparisons.
Tom Steyer and Mike Bloomberg had millions of dollars at their disposal. Yet, their marketing dollars didn’t translate into voluntary support. What does that mean for nonprofit organizations that don’t have the wallets these men have but do, similarly, need to mobilize voluntary support?