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4 STEPS to get started on your Fundraiser


STEP 1 : SET YOUR GOALS

The first thing to consider is what your goals are.

Are you raising money for a specific program or organization? Do you need funds to kickstart an event you have planned? Is your group in need of supplies?

A clear definition of your goals will ALWAYS have people more willing to give when they understand where their money is going.


STEP 2: PLAN

Now it's time for the logistics.

Once of the most important parts of planning a fundraiser is deciding your starting budget. We recommend choosing a NO UP-FRONT COST option that eliminates this issue.

Creating a timeline for your fundraiser is essential for promoting and running a campaign. Grab your calendar and pay attention to holidays and long weekends that would benefit from your group being around family in person. It's also a great idea when your organization has an event that could also promote the current fundraiser.


STEP 3: MARKET

It's time to spread the news!

Fortunately, technology is at our fingertips. There are so many means for you to promote besides word of mouth. Here are a few ways:

  • Posters, flyers and ads via mail, radio and tv

  • Sharing on social media accounts

  • Creating a website

  • Email and text messages


If you want your best fundraiser yet, people need to KNOW about it.


STEP 4: RECAP

Now it's time to look back and RECAP what you have learned. Let's do an internal review of your campaign to reflect on your successes and where you can adjust for improvement on the next fundraiser.



Ready to get STARTED on your next Fundraiser?


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Our team of fundraising experts will work with you to create a plan tailored specifically to your needs and goals. We believe that by understanding your needs and creating a plan that takes your vision into account, we can help you reach your goals.

Visit our page to learn more about how we can help you create a

successful fundraising plan.




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