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Working Miracles - The Midas Touch (Best Practices for Fundraisers)


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Working Miracles - The Midas Touch
Presented by Liz Ngonzi during the Kenya Association of Fundraising Professionals' 18th Eastern Africa Resource Mobilization Workshop in Mombasa, Kenya. Provides 10+ tips / best practices for NGO fundraisers in East Africa.

More information: http://lizngonzi.squarespace.com/

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  • 1. Working Miracles: Developing the Midas Touch Presented by Liz NgonziAdjunct Instructor, New York University Heyman Center for Philanthropy & Fundraising Founder / CEO, Amazing Taste, LLC Wednesday 7/12/2011 14.30–15.30 Kenya Association of Fundraising Professionals 18 th Eastern Africa Resource Mobilisation Workshop Mombasa, Kenya @LizNgonzi
  • 2. @LizNgonzi
  • 3. What challenges do you face as a fundraiser?Source: biggirlbombshell.com @LizNgonzi
  • 4. Give an example of a successful fundraiser:Source: mediabistro.com @LizNgonzi
  • 5. Expect miracles to happen…just remember that you also have to do your part!~ Liz Ngonzi @LizNgonzi
  • 6. 10 Ways to Develop the Midas TouchSource: autusmasterminds.com @LizNgonzi
  • 7. Stop begging Start attracting Source: Video Source:http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/File:Beggar_Bodhgaya_In Charitywater.org – Water Changes dia.jpg Everything @LizNgonzi
  • 8. Understand your goals and the various ways to achieve them Source: http://thebranifffamily.blogspot.com/2011/05/one-day- at-time.htmlFoot print Source: http://www.clker.com/clipart-sneaker-savon.html @LizNgonzi
  • 9. Surround yourself with those who CAN and WILL champion your cause GIVE GETSource: stlukecp.org @LizNgonzi
  • 10. Do your research @LizNgonzi
  • 11. Collaborate“Sticks in a bundle are unbreakable.” ~Kenyan Proverb @LizNgonzi
  • 12. Invest in long-term relationships Source: http://www.savagechickens.com/2006/05/speed-dating.html @LizNgonzi
  • 13. Get socialSource: http://afrographique.tumblr.com/page/3 @LizNgonzi
  • 14. Engage those who influence and amplify: bloggersSource: http://www.ladybrillemag.com/2011/08/ladybrille-magazines-2011- best-african-inspired-blogs-to-read.html @LizNgonzi
  • 15. Learn how to tell compelling stories Source: charitywater.org @LizNgonzi
  • 16. Model successSource: http://www.guardian.co.uk/voluntary-sector-network/2011/sep/19/the-charity-social-100-index-infographic# @LizNgonzi
  • 17. Bonus: Go where others havent! Andrew Adansi-Bonnah, 11 year-old Ghanaian boy raising $13 million for famine victims.Photo Source: Unicef.org @LizNgonzi
  • 18. Asante Sana! ? @LizNgonzi
  • 19. Liz Ngonzi En33@NYU.edu / Ngonzi@Amazing-Taste.com @LizNgonzi +1 646.397.7782 SlideShare.net/ElizabethNgonzi En33@Epsilen.com