Adopting new words can help, but if there is nothing under pinning them, then it is too shallow, and the change you desire won’t really take root. So do you really understand the words you use?
Taking time to thank supporters for their donation is always time well spent and will be appreciated. Do it well and people will remember you. Do it too because you are giving something back. Think of your donor as a beneficiary for a moment.
… when you accept that it is broken, and take a little bit of time to understand why, then what to do to fix it is obvious.
A brand should no longer view customers as targets = a charity should no longer view donors as targets.
The clues to the future, and most importantly what you need to do now, can be found if you understand how we got here. And that understanding will spur you on to get cracking immediately.
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How about simply asking your donors to rate and review you? Such a simple idea – yet I can’t find a single charity that does this.
The art of fundraising not always about the money – it’s always about the mission. So find yours by asking the right question.
The FORCE is within us all No really. Another term is ‘social capital’ although I prefer to call it THE FORCE. The social capital you have with your network of friends, family and colleagues is greater than the social capital a charity or cause you support has with your network. So to awaken the FORCE…
This week the CEO the Resource Alliance Kyla Shawyer wrote a rally call in her blog on 101 Fundraising. calling for a new kind of leader. It’s worth reading : Transformative change depends on a new kind of leader. She included this gem within: At a previous organisation where I served, we asked donors of all…