There are countless tools, technologies, and ideas available for fundraising these days. But they aren’t always the best approach – and they don’t always yield the money we hoped for. Most of all, these schemes don’t lead to the size gifts that will fully fund our programs and mission.
Not having a true plan in place to grow, keeps your organization small.
But when you can learn the steps to secure more donors and larger donations, you can get the size gifts that propel your organization forward and fully fund your mission year after year.
Most of all, you can make the difference you set out to make in the first place.
How do I know this? I’ve done it myself.
With this experience, I’ve taken the exact steps I took and now I teach nonprofit leaders how to implement this methodology to grow their own organizations.
Today, I prepare nonprofit leaders to confidently ask for the donations that fully fund their programs, so they can finally put aside the stress of the annual money hunt and get back to accomplishing their mission. My work includes private coaching and one-on-one bootcamps.
“I hate asking for money.”
You are likely an expert in your field, but when it comes to fundraising, it feels uncomfortable and frustrating. I help you overcome that, so you can finally put aside the ongoing money stress and get back to fulfilling the mission.
Nonprofit fundraising really doesn’t have to be this hard. Imagine if you had . . .
an easy-to-follow plan to grow your organization's funding
fully funded programs
a board and staff eager to fundraise alongside you
a low-risk funding model that set you up for the future
donors who want to give you large gifts every year
compelling pitches that attract and retain donors
less competition - activities that set you apart from other organizations
time back in your schedule due to maximized fundraising efforts
A fully-funded mission? You CAN do this.
When you learn the steps to secure more donors and larger donations, you can get the size gifts that propel your organization forward year after year. Most of all, you can make the difference you set out to make in the first place.