Fund Development

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A presentation focused on the use of the cultivation cycle in the funding development process.

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Fund Development

  1. 1. Built for Lasting Impact TOOL - CONNECT - RESOURCE
  2. 2. RESOURCE DEVELOPMENT
  3. 3. SOURCE OF GIVING 83% of all non-government contributions to nonprofit organizations come from individual giving. 11% from foundations 5% from corporations
  4. 4. WHO ARE YOU?
  5. 5. www.nuruinternational.org
  6. 6. HOW WELL ARE YOU AT TELLING YOUR STORY?
  7. 7. RELATIONSHIPS RELATIONSHIPS!
  8. 8. CULTIVATION CYCLE IDENTIFY INVESTMENT INFORMATION INVOLVEMENT INTERESTS
  9. 9. PRACTICAL TIPS It’s an adage of fund-raising that you should thank each donor seven times.  How creative can you be in designing different ways to do that? Some donors complain that they only hear from the organization when they want money – let’s not do that; let’s communicate in different ways throughout the year, and use each opportunity (preferably in person) to thank the donor. All this information – Identification, Information, Interests, Involvement, Investment – needs to be captured and maintained or past support. Capturing this information means that we need a workable database to store and analyze these important data.
  10. 10. LOCAL BUSINESS/CORPORATE
  11. 11. LOCAL BUSINESS DO PEOPLE IN YOUR COMMUNITY KNOW WHO YOU ARE? WHAT TYPE OF REPUTATION DO YOU HAVE? DO YOU BELONG TO ROTARY, CHAMBERS OF COMMERCE OR OTHER COMMUNITY ORGANIZATIONS? HOW DO YOU CREATE A WIN-WIN FOR THEM?
  12. 12. CORPORATE LOCAL CHAPTERS MANY TIMES HAVE FUNDS THAT THEY CAN GIVE TO THEIR COMMUNITY THE TREND OF BEING GREEN AND SOCIALLY RESPONSIBLE CHASE COMMUNITY GIVING CONTEST LISTEN WELL AND RESPOND
  13. 13. SPECIAL EVENTS
  14. 14. www.charitywater.org
  15. 15. INCOME GENERATORS OCCASIONAL ACTIVITIES ★ CAR WASH, YARD SALE, ETC $ ★ CONCERTS, SPEAKERS, ETC $$ ★ YEARLY BANQUETS, HOUSE PARTY, ETC. $$$ REGULAR ACTIVITIES ★ VOLUNTEERS OPPORTUNITIES ★ CATERING SERVICES ★ RENTAL OF FACILITIES
  16. 16. TOP TRENDS IN ONLINE FUNDRAISING 1. MONTHLY SUSTAINABLE GIVING 2. DONOR CHOICE DONOR INPUT 3. GROUP AND NETWORKS 4. VIDEO 5. MAJOR DONORS GO ONLINE 6. BEYOND THE BUTTON 7. EVERYTHING OLD IS NEW AGAIN
  17. 17. FOUNDATION GIVING
  18. 18. SOURCE OF GIVING 83% of all non-government contributions to nonprofit organizations come from individual giving. 11% from foundations 5% from corporations
  19. 19. FOUNDATION FOUNDATIONS CAN BE PRIVATE (FAMILY, CORPORATE) OR PUBLIC (COMMUNITY FOUNDATIONS) CRITICAL INFORMATION YOU NEED TO RESEARCH ABOUT FOUNDATIONS BEFORE PREPARING A PROPOSAL ★ GEOGRAPHIC AREA SERVED ★ AREAS OF FOCUS ★ TYPES OF ORGANIZATIONS FUNDED/ LIMITATIONS ON GIVING ★ APPLICATION GUIDELINES AND DEADLINES
  20. 20. FOUNDATION INFORMATION FDNCENTER.ORG PROVIDES ACCESS TO MORE THAN 80,000 FOUNDATIONS NATIONWIDE THE FOUNDATION DATABOOK (HTTP:// WWW.FOUNDATIONDATABOOK.COM). THE GRANTSMANSHIP CENTER (WWW.TGCI.COM) STATE FOUNDATIONS ( HTTP:// WWW.TGCI.COM/FUNDING/ STATES.ASP)
  21. 21. Built for Lasting Impact TOOL - CONNECT - RESOURCE

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