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How to Improve Fundraising for A Nonprofit Organization – Part 2: The Game Plan

How to Improve Fundraising for A Nonprofit Organization – Part 2: The Game Plan

Peter Drucker is famous for saying: “Management is doing things right; leadership is doing the right things,” in his book - The Essential Drucker. While I agree with that, I also believe that success in fundraising is doing the right things, the right way, consistently. There really are best practices, that when applied, will result in improved financial outcomes for your organization. In this blog I’m going to pick out just a few that we should employ as a part of our game pla ...Read more »
How to Improve Fundraising for a Nonprofit Organization – Part 1: The Players

How to Improve Fundraising for a Nonprofit Organization – Part 1: The Players

When discussing ways to improve an organization’s fundraising efficiencies or capacities, we often begin by looking at items dealing with procedures, processes or policies. But that’s not the best starting point when trying to improve your organization’s funding support. You need to start with the human equation. Very recently I’ve had quite a few questions coming in from ministries wanting to know who they need to hire to either completely turn things around, or to take ...Read more »
Are you on the path that leads to larger financial support?

Are you on the path that leads to larger financial support?

There is a path that leads to long-lasting, deeply committed support from your major donors—and another path that leads to short term, infrequent financial gifts. The first path takes time, planning and commitment, but results in a pleasant experience, and a deepening relationship, for you and your donor. The second path is relatively short and usually makes both you and the donor a bit uncomfortable. The path that leads to larger financial support includes these critical elements: ...Read more »
Why Do You Need to Become a Kingdom Financial Advisor?

Why Do You Need to Become a Kingdom Financial Advisor?

Your major donors may be extremely gifted at building a company and growing income. But the majority of them really struggle with being confident about the effectiveness of their own philanthropic efforts. They’re used to spreadsheets, business plans, reading a prospectus and deciphering a company’s ROI. But they find it very hard to analyze whether their own donations are as productive as they could be. They often tell us that they don’t know whether the donation they made to any particular min ...Read more »
Your Selfishness Is Ruining Your Fundraising Results

Your Selfishness Is Ruining Your Fundraising Results

Oh, it's not what you're doing. It's what you're thinking. You hesitate to call on your major donors to ask them for money. You think, “Why would they want to give me their hard earned wealth? They may not like me if I ask them for a large gift to our ministry.” You're being “self”ish.Who told you that the donor is the giver and you are the receiver? Haven't you read the words of the Lord Jesus himself when he said, “It is more blessed to give than to receive”? When you perceive that you are the ...Read more »
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