Year-end donations are critical for your organization. On average, nonprofits typically bring in over one-third of their revenue during the end of the year. In this session, you’ll discover how to maximize gifts without having to find more budget!
You may feel behind, overwhelmed, and unprepared for your year-end fundraising projects. All of this leads to more stress for you. And stress in fundraising makes everything so much harder.
That’s why this webinar will show you exactly where you can be going with your year-end fundraising. It’s the blueprint you need that could change everything for you.   Learning Objectives:
• Basic scripts for EOY phone calls that get results
• 7 Core Messages for your emails to donors
Access Sean’s Direct Mail Pack resource here.
Speaker Sean Triner
Fundraising is all I’ve ever done – professionally I mean. Before smartphones, Facebook, and the internet, I started in fundraising events in 1988 in Yorkshire, England. After moving on to direct marketing and then ‘finishing’ my charity-side work as a marketing and communications director at Mind UK, I left England for Australia in 2002.
In Australia, I co-founded Pareto Fundraising and later a charity call centre, Pareto Phone, and we helped charities raise over $1bn. After selling the business to concentrate on training, I co-founded Moceanic.
The rest of my time is spent giving back to help make the world a safer, fairer, and healthier place. I do this through speaking with senior management and boards on fundraising strategy. I am also a volunteer firefighter and a board member of WWF Australia.
Moceanic fulfills a dream of mine: to help small and large charities, anywhere, grow their in-house technical skills around fundraising. To lift up charities… to lift up the world!
Host Margie Worrell
Margie Worrell is the Curriculum Manager at Bloomerang. She serves on the board of the Peace Learning Center in Indianapolis, and has worked extensively with nonprofits as both a staff member and a lead volunteer. Her passions include education, theatre, her two grown children and her two small dogs.