Another year is almost over. Was your 2010 fundraising as successful as it could’ve been?
You probably didn’t raise as much money as you should’ve because you aren’t asking as often as you could’ve. And, it’s not because you didn’t want to. It’s because you may not know exactly how, and because you’re overwhelmed with day-to-day tasks.
Additionally, it’s not just about the quantity of asks. If you’re making a million asks per year, but not receiving any gifts, the frequency of asking doesn’t mean a thing. Your solicitations must be smart and strategic, based on the best practices of fundraising and relationship building.
Ask More Often and Ask Smarter
Over the last year, I’ve developed and refined a concept I call 50 Asks in 50 Weeks. The basic premise is that you ask more often with far greater effectiveness than you ever have before. The 50 Asks concept also places a strong emphasis on having a diversified funding base for your organization.
Recently I conducted a workshop detailing the core principals of 50 Asks in 50 Weeks at the Oklahoma Center for Nonprofits. Yesterday (to my surprise) NewsOK.com ran a story explaining how much these principals helped a small nonprofit in Oklahoma.
The best part is that anyone, even you with your crazy-busy schedule, can apply these simple principals and raise incredible amounts of money in 2011.
I’d love the opportunity to help teach you this exciting concept, which I guarantee will help you raise more money for your organization, provided you follow the program.
It’s Your Turn to Raise More Money
So 2010 wasn’t as good as it could’ve been. But you can turn it all around in 2011…
Beginning January 19th, I’m teaching these same no-nonsense principals in an exclusive 5-week eClass. At present, there are only 7 seats left. Ready to supercharge your fundraising in 2011? Click the button below.
If you’re still on the fence, click here to find out more about the course. Trust me… you don’t want to miss this amazing opportunity to raise more money for your organization next year.
As always, thanks for visiting my site and inspiring me to be everything I can be. I wish you and yours a happy and healthy holiday season and the absolute best in 2011!