How to Leverage Your Annual Fund in Only Five Hours per Week
Major Gift Fundraising for Small Shops will guide you, in only five hours a week, to safely and surely meet the challenges of getting your organization ready for major gift fundraising, all the way up to that all-important ask — and beyond.
In Major Gift Fundraising for Small Shops, you will learn:
- How to leverage your annual fund in the most efficient way possible
- The ideal size of a major gift for your organization
- Who, when, where and how to ask for a major gift
- The exact language to use when asking for a major gift
- And so much more!
Readers are Raving about “Major Gift Fundraising for Small Shops”
This book is a must-read for those just getting their feet wet in nonprofit fundraising, as well as for those looking to build a major gifts program with limited resources. While taking minimal time in an already packed schedule, Amy Eisenstein breaks down Major Gift Fundraising into bite sized pieces with her insightful approach that builds upon itself to create a successful program. Her refreshing writing style walks you through the intimidating process of fundraising with clarity and purpose.— Linda Henderson, Director – Pawnee Valley Community Hospital Foundation
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Major gift for small shops isn’t just for small shops. It’s a resource for anyone in any size organization with a new or developing major gifts program or as a training tool to help a practical step by step plan for someone new to the major gifts portfolio. It’s the kind of book all practitioners had when they were first learning how to do major gifts right and the kind of resource to help build your volunteers confidence.— Tania Little, CFRE, Director of Development and Partnerships – Food Banks Canada