How To: Your First Fundraising Campaign2017-06-10T17:49:16-04:00

When: Thursday, June 26th, 2014 – 1pm-2pm EDT

If you’re like most people working with a small nonprofit, raising a big chunk of money for a special project, program, or piece of equipment can be a daunting challenge. You may be puzzled about where to start or how to do it. You’re probably scratching your head over who to approach and how to do it. And you’re probably wondering what to say to get someone to make a large donation to your organization. Join us for this webinar to learn exactly what to do to create and run your first really big fundraising campaign. You’ll learn how to plan the campaign, the tools and materials you’ll need, and how to find the best people to ask for a gift. You’ll leave feeling hopeful and more confident about raising big money.

Learning Objectives:

  • How to plan a 6-figure fundraising campaign
  • How to create a case for support that answers every question a donor might have about your project
  • How to identify “diamonds in the rough” (people who have already given to your organization but have the capacity to give much, much more)
  • How to build relationships on purpose

Time will be given for a lively Q&A session.

About the presenter:

Sandy Rees CFRE, creator of the GetFullyFunded system, helps nonprofit leaders raise big money to help more people. She’s a Coach and Consultant and provides clients with the “how to” of fundraising as well as help with personal/professional development.

Sandy is the author of Get Fully Funded: How to Raise the Money of Your Dreams, 6 Figure Fundraising, Fundraising Buffet, and Simple Success Fundraising Plan. She’s a frequent contributor to Fundraising Success magazine and authors the blog Get Fully Funded.

Sandy is an accomplished presenter and an AFP Master Trainer. She’s led fundraising seminars for the Association of Fundraising Professionals, the Chattanooga Center for Nonprofits and many local, regional, national, and international conferences.

Sandy lives with her family on a small farm in Loudon, TN.