By: Natasha AymamiH   I
   Fundraise- to seek donations from various sources    for the support of an organization or a specific    project.   F...
1. Financial Stability2. Limits Crisis Funding                           3
    Financing Plan: Various ways that     nonprofits can bring in money.    1. Earned Income- fees for services and goods...
  Preparing to Plan Stage:                              Click Here 1st1. Mission Statement2. Organization’s Strengths (An...
    Values, Vision, and Mission1.   What values do you hold that you associate with your organization?2.   How would the ...
Individual Supportersa. 20 Large contributions @ $250.00/each =                    $5,000.000Institutional Supporters     ...
 Annual   Goal for the Organization: ◦ 150,000 Total Budget ◦ -50,000 Projected Earned Income ◦ 100,000 Annual Goal Prog...
                                                                        Assessing Chances of SupportSources               ...
1-2 gifts =     20% of the goal   $20,0002-4 gifts =     20% of the goal   $20,0005-10 gifts =    15% of the goal   $15,00...
Auctions   Sale    “-AthonsNonevent Event                                 11
Planning an Auction:DonationsVolunteer TasksTypes    of Auctions: 1.   Traditional Auction 2.   Silent Auction         ...
Types of Sales: Internet Sales, Door-to-Door Sales, SalesDrivesThe   keys to having a successful selling fundraiserare:1....
   Bike-athons, Walk-athons, Bowl-athons,    Dance-athons, etc   Planning “-ATHONS”:1. Location2. Legalities3. Prizes4. ...
   This involves mailing out requests for    donations from supporters before a    specified date. The bonus with this ty...
1. Volunteers2. Division of Work Responsibilities     i.     Planning Stages     ii.    Execution     iii.   Post Activity...
Fundraisers are Beneficial forNonprofits:1.Itis a way to promote awareness ofits goals, mission, and cause2.Distribute lit...
Please listen to the audio provided by  clicking on the speaker icon for my       conclusion of this lecture.             ...
   Genn, A. (2009). The Everything Guide To Fundraising. Avon, MA:    Adams Media.   Mutz, J., & Murray, K. (2010). Fund...
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  • Final fundraising lecture

    1. 1. By: Natasha AymamiH I
    2. 2.  Fundraise- to seek donations from various sources for the support of an organization or a specific project. Fundraiser- a person, paid or volunteer, who plans, manages, or participates in raising assets and resources for an organization or cause. Fundraising- the raising of assets and resources from various sources for the support of an organization or a specific project. (Association of Funding Professionals, http://www.afpnet.org/files/ContentDocuments/AFP_Dictionary_A-Z_final_6-9-03.pdf) 2
    3. 3. 1. Financial Stability2. Limits Crisis Funding 3
    4. 4.  Financing Plan: Various ways that nonprofits can bring in money. 1. Earned Income- fees for services and goods that may be stable over time. 2. Governmental Funding- 3. Individual Donors- whom are the most loyal in supporting your cause. 4. Private Funding- (i.e. Foundations, corporations, etc) great seed money but not reliable. 4
    5. 5.  Preparing to Plan Stage: Click Here 1st1. Mission Statement2. Organization’s Strengths (An Assets Inventory )3. Case Statement (Summary of Fundraising Strategy)4. Fundraising Goals5. Diversify Funding Click Here 2nd Fundraising Tasks:6. Raising Money from Individual Donors & Institutions (Selecting Prospective Funding Partners)7. Fundraising Plan & Calendar (The Gift Table)8. Building Relationships9. Monitoring and Evaluating Your Fundraising Effort(Herbert, Caroline. Introduction to Fundraising Planning Webinar. The Foundation Center. http://www.grantspace.org/Skills/Fundraising- Planning) 5
    6. 6.  Values, Vision, and Mission1. What values do you hold that you associate with your organization?2. How would the world be different on the day that you could say that your mission is accomplished?3. What is the mission of your organization? Accomplishments4. What are your ongoing core projects or programs and what are the results or outcomes that you can point to as a result of these efforts?Projects/Programs Results/Outcomesa.  b.  c.  d.  5. What are the core competencies (e.g., skills and abilities) that enable your organization to succeed in these efforts—personal or organizational or both?6. How do you endeavor to measure your effectiveness? (e.g., statistics, letters of appreciation, testimonials, assessments by outside bodies, awards and honors, etc.)7. Do you attract any media visibility? If yes, in which media outlets? (http://foundationcenter.org/course_materials/ifpwebinar/) 6
    7. 7. Individual Supportersa. 20 Large contributions @ $250.00/each = $5,000.000Institutional Supporters  a. Foundations $30,000.00=b. Cororations and businesses = $3,500.00c. Government $4,000.00=d. Other: In-Kind Contributions from Organization = $15,000.00    Subtotal = $57,500.00Membership Program  a. 50 Memberships @ $50.00/each $2,500.00   Other Fundraising Support  a. 3 Special events @ $1,000.00/each $3,000.00   Earned Income  a. 20 @ $250 Fees for Summer Camp $5,000.00    Total = $68,000.00    7
    8. 8.  Annual Goal for the Organization: ◦ 150,000 Total Budget ◦ -50,000 Projected Earned Income ◦ 100,000 Annual Goal Program goal ◦ It cost $X for someone to graduate, so your donations can help 2 people graduate. 8
    9. 9.   Assessing Chances of SupportSources Very Good Possible Unlikely Unknown1. Individuals:        a. New Donors        b. Renewing Donors        c. Upgrading Donors        Fundraising Strategies:        i. Face-to-face solicitationii. Personal letter        iii. Telephone        iv. Direct mail        v. Internet (e.g. Web site, electronic        newsletter)vi. Special Events        d. Other: Memberships        2. Foundations        a. Community foundations        b. Local grantmakers        c. National foundations        3. Business and Corporations        a. Neighborhood stores        b. Banks, utility companies,        department stores, etc.c. Corporations with headquarters or        facilities in your communityd. Large national corporations        e. Multinational companies         9
    10. 10. 1-2 gifts = 20% of the goal $20,0002-4 gifts = 20% of the goal $20,0005-10 gifts = 15% of the goal $15,00010-20 gifts = 10% of the goal $10,00020+ gifts = 35% of the goal $35,000 Total: $100,000 10
    11. 11. Auctions Sale “-AthonsNonevent Event 11
    12. 12. Planning an Auction:DonationsVolunteer TasksTypes of Auctions: 1. Traditional Auction 2. Silent Auction 12
    13. 13. Types of Sales: Internet Sales, Door-to-Door Sales, SalesDrivesThe keys to having a successful selling fundraiserare:1.Selling an item that provides you with a high enough markupto reach your goal.2.Having a realistic sales campaign in a realistic time frame.3.Making sure the buyer knows which group, school, ororganization you represent.4.Staffing with convincing, but not pushy, sales people.5.Being able to describe the value of your product toconsumers.6.Keeping accurate records of sales and making sure buyersreceive their goods in a timely manner. (Genn, A., The Everything Guide to Fundraising, p. 25) 13
    14. 14.  Bike-athons, Walk-athons, Bowl-athons, Dance-athons, etc Planning “-ATHONS”:1. Location2. Legalities3. Prizes4. Address safety measures and organize a medical team to be present, in advance.5. Pledge Sheets6. Need water, towels, healthy snacks, and rest areas. 14
    15. 15.  This involves mailing out requests for donations from supporters before a specified date. The bonus with this type of fundraiser is that the funds received go directly to the organization’s cause, than having to pay for resources. 15
    16. 16. 1. Volunteers2. Division of Work Responsibilities i. Planning Stages ii. Execution iii. Post Activity Cleanup iv. Evaluation 16
    17. 17. Fundraisers are Beneficial forNonprofits:1.Itis a way to promote awareness ofits goals, mission, and cause2.Distribute literature3.Word of Mouth4.Technology 17
    18. 18. Please listen to the audio provided by clicking on the speaker icon for my conclusion of this lecture. 18
    19. 19.  Genn, A. (2009). The Everything Guide To Fundraising. Avon, MA: Adams Media. Mutz, J., & Murray, K. (2010). Fundraising for Dummies. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley Publishing.  Herbert, Caroline. Introduction to Fundraising Planning Webinar. The Foundation Center. http://www.grantspace.org/Skills/Fundraising-Planning Association of Funding Professionals, http://www.afpnet.org/files/ContentDocuments/AFP_Dictionary_A- Z_6-9-03.pdf 19

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