How many of you can honestly say that 100% of your board members give their time, talent, and treasure to your organization?
Today’s blog is dedicated to all the amazing board chairs who have stepped up and are leading with intent!
Overhead. Ugh.It’s the hardest thing to raise money for, right?
The most important thing to do when you get those five powerful minutes with a potential sponsor is ask the following question.
Say you have a big event next year and you want to start prospecting for new sponsors (and in fundraising, who doesn’t)?
The elephant in the room continues to be the “Individual ASK.” Everyone knows it’s important, but no one wants to do it.
Before you say “YES” to serving on a board, what should you ask?
How you create your match will vary based on the type of program and/or agency you have, as well as the type of funds you are requesting.
let’s jump right in and learn a few new ways to find great prospects for your current needs.
A ‘Challenge Grant,’ is when a foundation commits to award money to an organization based on the amount of new funds raised in response to the challenge.
Are you writing grants with no real plan? We are going to help you with the first few steps today.
Spring and fall grant cycles tend to produce deadlines that are uncomfortably close to each other and writer’s block can happen.