The end of the calendar year is when most folks engage in philanthropy. This is the time when your annual fundraising goals will likely be met, surpassed or put on life support.
Give yourself ample time to plan all the elements of your year-end campaign. Create your strategy, collect visuals to support your most compelling stories, recruit your most effective fundraisers and build a time-line for deploying your campaign offer across multiple channels. Writing, editing, getting approvals, printing, collating, and affixing personal notes … it all takes time!
If you don’t get control of the details through early planning, you’ll omit the details down the line.
And you know what they say, right?
The devil is in the details!
So make sure to get all your ducks in a row with the 13 lucky tips you’ll find in this free guide.
Use these year-end fundraising tips to help you to start developing a strategy for the end of 2020. It’s never too early to plan ahead!
You might even be able to sneak a few in for 2019 yet.
REMEMBER: You do have to make your own luck. As management guru Peter Drucker says: “The best plans are only good intentions, unless they degenerate into work.”
Let’s get started!