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  1. 1. Resource Development Committee<br />HIGH SCOPE FUNDRAISING BUSINESS<br />Ice breakers : Name &<br />Favorite comedy movie <br />or comedian <br />
  2. 2. <ul><li>Habitat for Humanity is a nonprofit Christian housing ministry dedicated to building simple, decent and affordable homes with and for low-income families.</li></ul>About Us…<br /><ul><li>The homes are sold for no profit and no interest and the mortgage payments are used to build more homes.
  3. 3. Partnering families typically have mortgage payments between $500-550/month.</li></li></ul><li>Habitat for Humanity of South Central Minnesota formed in 1989. Habitat believes that we can accomplish more working together that we can working alone. HFHSCMN has built 89 homes and Affiliates include: <br />Greater Mankato Area<br />St. Peter <br />Le Sueur-Henderson<br />Watonwan County<br />About Us<br />
  4. 4. <ul><li>Abdi is a hard-working husband and father of three. He met his wife at South Central College. He has had a tough time finding affordable housing for his family.</li></ul>He came to Habitat for hope of affordable housing and a decent home for his family to grow up in.<br />He and his wife have already worked 80 hours. He and his wife are ready for the challenge of completing their 400 required hours of “sweat equity.”<br />Abdi<br />
  5. 5. Elvia Hanson and her two daughters live in a Habitat home at 205 Rogers St. in Mankato. The Hanson family shared a home with another family before being selected for a new Habitat home.<br />Chelsea, 13, was excited about her new home.<br />She said, “I’m excited for our house because it will just be my family there…it will be more peaceful.” <br />The Hanson Family<br />
  6. 6. Members should<br />Have courage to offer the opportunity for giving to others<br />Know the intricacies of HFH<br />Have good networking connections<br />Have creative ideas and plans to generate resources<br />Be able to work with people of diverse backgrounds<br />Be comfortable putting together a budget and help implement the plan<br />Members of the Committee<br />
  7. 7. Chair<br />Board Liaison<br />Business and Corporations Coordinator (if needed)<br />Individual Gifts Coordinator (if needed)<br />Individual Church Coordinator (if needed)<br />Committee Positions Needed<br />
  8. 8. <ul><li>Committee will:
  9. 9. Prepare board members for involvement in Resource Development
  10. 10. Take the Board’s annual budget and create a comprehensive fund development plan that includes target sources and amounts, dates and assignments
  11. 11. Work w/ treasurer to ensure that processes are in place for donor recognition, IRS substantiation, and categorized record keeping by source of income and donor
  12. 12. Request an annual budget from the Board of Directors for any necessary expenses
  13. 13. Set up appropriate work groups to handle efforts with churches, individuals, businesses, financial institutions, fraternal organizations, civic groups, foundations, etc.</li></ul>The Committee<br />
  14. 14. Maintain records of where contacts have been made to avoid duplication<br />Seek a list of in-kind donations desired by the building committee and develop strategies to meet those needs <br />Draft a donor intent policy<br />…Continued<br />
  15. 15. <ul><li>Annual Resource development plan
  16. 16. Corporate builds and partnerships program
  17. 17. Small business process for solicitation and follow-up
  18. 18. Financial institution process for solicitation and follow-up
  19. 19. Matching grant opportunities from fraternal organizations and donors
  20. 20. Donor recognition and IRS substantiation
  21. 21. Board of Directors (BOD) involvement in Resource Development activity</li></ul>Work to Develop<br />
  22. 22. Action Plan<br />Goal 1 Approval of Committee Structure by BOD<br />Action Steps<br />Communicate the need for Board participation, involvement and support<br />Communicate all needed job descriptions to the BOD<br />Recruit committee members from all Partnering Communities<br />Ensure the committee consists of a diverse group<br />Annual Plan<br />
  23. 23. Goal 2 – Partner with Finance Committee<br />Action steps<br />Partner with the Finance Committee on any updates or needs<br />Ensure participation from all Partnering Communities<br />Partner with Finance committee and bookkeeper to gain insight on Partnering Communities past giving history<br />Research area statistics to help create case statement and elevator pitch<br />Review past giving trends<br />Annual Plan<br />
  24. 24. Contributions<br />
  25. 25. Individual contributions<br />
  26. 26. <ul><li>Goal 3- Decide on goals, policies, and Affiliate’s needs
  27. 27. Action Steps
  28. 28. Create policy and procedure for gift acknowledgement and timeline
  29. 29. Create a case statement for HFHSCMN
  30. 30. Create an “elevator talk” to be used when asking for gifts
  31. 31. Create goals for fundraisers, grants foundations for each Partnering community.
  32. 32. Donor Intent Policy</li></ul>Annual Plan<br />
  33. 33. Intro into Adopt-A-Home Program<br />By considering to undertake a Habitat Adopt-A-Home project, the committee is helping organizations take on an exciting task: raising money to finance a Habitat home, and building that home in partnership with the family who will own it.<br />It is a task that will be both challenging and rewarding. Most importantly, it is a task that will make a lasting positive impact on the community.<br />
  34. 34. Sponsorship Agreement<br />Sponsor agrees to;<br />Make a contribution of<br /> $_____ cash payment representing the full $____ sponsorship fee for 2012<br /> $_____ cash payment representing a partial (___%) sponsorship fee for 2012<br />$_____ for in-kind donations of materials and/or services <br />$_____ Total Contribution<br />
  35. 35. In the event of a partial sponsorship<br />Two options<br /> A sponsor has the option of finding a Co-sponsor(s) to complete the full sponsorship<br />Habitat will work to find a Co-sponsor(s) to complete the full sponsorship and schedule the start of volunteer construction at a mutually agreed upon schedule.<br />Sponsorship<br />
  36. 36. Organize and participate in the building project by providing volunteers<br />Work in cooperation and partnership with habitat staff and the future homeowner(s) and their family to build a safe, decent and affordable home.<br />Home Sponsorship<br />
  37. 37. Support the Habitat concept of eliminating substandard housing in South Central, Minnesota area and throughout the world.<br />Sponshorship<br />
  38. 38. Overview of the Adopt-A-Home Process<br />
  39. 39. General Project Guidelines<br />
  40. 40. Next meeting date TBD<br />Goals for next meeting<br />Questions or comments<br />Closing thoughts<br />Closing<br />