Broaden Your Fundraising Program to Include More Lucrative Money-making Methods
Let me ask you some tough questions:
- Do you spend too much time with special events, to the detriment of other, more lucrative forms of fundraising?
- Are your events losing participants, but your board doesn’t want to give them up?
- After you take into account total costs, including labor, are your events generating enough net revenue (“profit”) to make them worth it?
- Are you discouraged that your hard work is not paying off the way you want?
If your nonprofit is “addicted” to special events, I can help. The 12-Step Cure to Even Addiction can help you get out of your rut.
Just be warned. I do not pull punches. We’ll take a good, hard look at the real costs of special events. (Better send the children out of the room.)
I am not advocating doing away with events. I am advocating, though, that you carefully choose the right events for your agency and that you design them to be a springboard to more cost-effective, less stressful, and more productive types of fundraising.
And, true to its title, we’ll follow a carefully designed 12-step path to grow your development program beyond events.
Are you ready to get more — way more — for all that hard work? Sign up today, and let’s get started.