Fundraising in 2020

Fundraising in 2020

Have a Start-Up and Want to Get Funded?

In January of this year, I was reading one of those popular little business articles in one of the small business publications that you find at the newspaper rack. In that particular article the author was explaining how come new small startups were having such a half time finding venture capitalists, and small time investors. The article went through all of the deals which got funded in 2012, and there was quite a bit of data there. It showed that certain types of industries just were not getting any juice, not even from friends and family, angel investors, or this new crowd funding strategy.

What Is an Organizational Resume? Why You Need One?

Does your non-profit need an organizational resume? The answer is yes! See what you should include…

How to Make Fundraising More Unique?

Supporting a cause can be quite challenging and requires a lot of resourcefulness when seeking funding. It is not always enough to be an excellent grant writer or have one on your team.

11 Fundraising Tips

Fundraising sounds easy. Right? The reality is that it can be time consuming and confusing if you don’t track your progress and donors. After completing a couple of very successful church fundraisers, here are 11 fundraising tips that I fundraise by.

A Step-By-Step Guide to Church Fundraising Event Management

You must have attended church fundraising events many times before, but have you ever been a part of the team that organizes one? A church fundraiser is quite a large-scale event and a lot of planning goes into it to make it into a success both in terms of attendance and the funds raised. It is not feasible at all to manage every aspect of it manually. So, most church authorities nowadays opt for a comprehensive event registration software solution that is essentially meant for such events.

The Heart of Fundraising

Learn how smaller charities and non-profit organizations can put the heart into fundraising to make authentic connections with donors. Fundraising isn’t always about connecting with the most people; sometimes a more personal approach is more likely to be successful, and smaller organizations can take advantage of their petite size to be effective.

A Beginner’s Guide to Organizing a Church Fundraising Event Successfully

Organizing a church fundraising event can be very rewarding indeed provided everything is planned carefully and maximum people participate at the event, making liberal contributions both monetarily and in kind. However, given the scale of a normal fundraiser under a church’s banner it is in no way possible for a single person or a group of people to organize it without taking the help of a comprehensive tech solution. A software application such as the event registration software automates all the back-end procedures of event management making the fundraiser a huge success.

A Meaningful Cause and Community Building Through Crowdfunding

When Real Estate Investment Trust brought commercial real estate benefits to middle class investors, many have risen to the occasion and contributed to the already lucrative market environment. REIT is a $300 billion industry that makes $4 billion trading volume on a daily basis in the US. Globally, REIT and the entire real estate industry make up $1 trillion of the global market.

Can You Cancel Your Silent Auction for a Fund a Need Auction Instead?

Some of my clients hate the intense work of silent auctions. They’re looking at other ways to generate the revenue, like a Fund a Need auction.

How To Raise Money For Your Non-Profit Organization – Cake Stall or Disco?

You are the parent of a child in a non-profit organization which needs money. It may be the local basketball team that needs more equipment, or perhaps a school needing to raise money for the children to go on a school excursion. How are you going to find the funds? First you will need a plan.