As you craft your essential stories, case document, and other key elements of your fundraising story collection, you have a tremendous opportunity to engage supporters – not by sending out more information, but by asking for their advice.
Nonprofits rely on storytelling to share the impact our programs make in they world. But our stories often go out in a random way–without thought to their overall combined message. If that’s the case, these stories aren’t connected. They don’t
Every story gives us a chance to choose. Do we set up a “them and us” narrative, or will we do the work to offer another perspective?
Understanding these four words will help us more freely and clearly express what we’ve set out to do, and how people can be a part of it.
Fundraising doesn’t have to be a chore! David Oaks and I had a fun conversation about the simple things that build better relationships and raise more money for your mission.
What’s keeping your nonprofit or ministry from being fully funded?
Mary Valloni lays down some truth to help us overcome the lies we believe about money and fundraising. Plus, simple things you can do today to start your journey to Fully Funded.