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Ensure Your Next Fundraisor Is A Huge Success Using This Step By Step Non Profit Fundraising Guide
From The Desk Of: Joe Brown
Are you in charge of setting up a fundraiser for your non-profit organization?
I set this website up because I love fundraising for local causes. Since I found out what works and what doesn’t, I’ve had a lot of success and been able to help out many not for profit organisations. That’s why I want to share my fundraising ideas with as many people as possible.
If you're not used to doing ‘business’ dealings, it can be a little overwhelming when everyone's relying on you to bring in some much needed cash. The good news is, anyone can run a successful fundraiser. You just need the right information and a plan…
What type of fundraiser should you have?
Who do you contact to make it happen?
And what do I need to start doing today?
These questions and many others are answered in my guide, ‘Fundraising Basics - How To Get All The Money You Need For Your Non-Profit!’
Whether you want to put together a bake sale, book sale, raffle... or even if you have no clue what to do for your fundraiser, you can start learning how to pull off a fundraising event that will knock the socks off your non-profit organization.
You may never have raised money for anything in your life, but with my help and my advice it won't matter.
Here is just some of the information contained in my guide:
The secret to contacting fewer potential donors for greater results.
70 fundraising ideas that could be the perfect fit for your organization.
6 reasons volunteers will be eager to work with you plus how to approach and train them.
What every good fundraising letter should have inside and a sample you can copy.
How to use emails and the Internet to maximize your fundraising efforts.
9 ways to get the most out of face to face communications. Even if you're naturally shy.
If this is the kind of information that you have been looking for, here’s the good news…
While I could easily charge a hefty fee as a consultant, I know what a great feeling it is to be able to help out local causes. Therefore, I want to share this book with as many people as possible for free.
The information is second to none and you’ll soon be planning the most succesful fundraiser your organisation has ever seen.
Regulation A+ Capital Raising Basics
On June 19, 2015, new rules expanding Regulation A became effective. The expanded rules are commonly known as Regulation A+. The new rules which were promulgated under the Jumpstart Our Business Startups Act (JOBS Act), create two Tiers of exempt offerings, both of which allow securities to be offered and sold to the general public.
Simple Steps To Organize A Successful Charity Fundraising Event
Charity fundraising events can be very challenging and overwhelming to put together even for those with experience in planning the same. The professional party planning may not always be an option in such events usually because of budget limits. But the good news here is that by following a few simple steps you can actually manage to organize an event that turns out great in the end. The steps below will not only increase your success rates, but will also give you a smoother experience planning the event.
Grant Funding Vs Earned Income
The most common cause for new business failure is lack of sufficient financial resources. One of the most important items for anyone contemplating starting a new business is the amount of start-up cash available. When the initial funding is short grants may or may not be available to help.
Getting Beyond the Wastepaper Bin!
Before you make a fundraising bid be clear about what you want; make it evidence based and demonstrate outcomes to be achieved by the funding. To make an effective appeal to industry or commerce you must have a basic understanding of why corporates give. This enables you to put forward good reasons why they should support your work. Some companies receive up to 100 applications each week. You need to make a good case for yours to be successful. A company will not be particularly impressed with a general plea to 'put something back into the community'. They want something more substantial. You should be able to demonstrate a clear link with the company, be it geographical, product, employee contact, or some other connection.