Undeniable Long-term Success

The Ice Bucket Challenge certainly caught our attention and generated a lot of short-term revenue for ALS.  The same things happens with American Red Cross appeals when a natural disaster occurs. On a smaller scale, your events, galas, 5k runs and golf outings generate attention and a burst of short-term revenue.ice_bucket.jpg.CROP.promo-mediumlarge

But what is the secret behind REAL success in fundraising?  How can you transform these short-term income generators into long-term, sustainable streams of revenue?

Join a group of people who are passionate about their nonprofit causes as we discuss how to tackle this big issue confidently and with remarkable results.

The event is October 1, 2014 at 7:30 p.m. EDT.   (https://www.liveninja.com/event/undeniable-fundraising-success/)

For those of you on the West Coast of the USA and Canada, the event will be hosted on October 6, 2014 at 10:00 am PDT.


Who should spend time on this?

Any one responsible for the financial health of a nonprofit organization:

  • Professional Fundraisers
  • Board Members
  • Volunteers
  • Staff, including the Executive Director

What will you walk away with?

A basic plan that you will be able to implement immediately:

  • A process to use events and promotions to secure long-term supporters and partners
  • 3 key strategies to unify your action
  • A system to begin to build the structure for on-going success in financing your cause.

BONUS: for all registered attendees, I will host on a FREE 1/2 hour one-on-one liveNinja session to go over their initial plan.

To prepare, I suggest you read Unleashed Abundance – The Fundraiser’s Manifesto (available at Amazon.com or fill out the request form below).

If you can’t make one of the events, contact me by filling out the form below.

Posted on September 15, 2014, in fundraising, Mastermind, philanthropy and tagged , , , , , , , . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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