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Bog, hæftet 50 Asks in 50 Weeks: A Guide to Better Fundraising for Your Small Development Shop af Amy Eisenstein

50 Asks in 50 Weeks: A Guide to Better Fundraising for Your Small Development Shop

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Are you raising money for a nonprofit organization with a small development office or no paid fundraising staff? Do you want to raise more money? Are you stuck in a rut with your fundraising program? Do you want to feel motivated and reenergized about fundraising? Do you need an actio... Læs mere

Are you raising money for a nonprofit organization with a small development office or no paid fundraising staff? Do you want to raise more money? Are ... Læs mere

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01-02-2017
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Are you raising money for a nonprofit organization with a small development office or no paid fundraising staff? Do you want to raise more money? Are you stuck in a rut with your fundraising program? Do you want to feel motivated and reenergized about fundraising? Do you need an action plan?

Amy Eisenstein, MPA, ACFRE, has written a brilliant development planning tool designed to help nonprofit professionals and board members raise more money for the organizations they love. She provides easy-to-implement strategies and tips that you can implement immediately, without any additional staff or resources. If you are working in a small development shop—or if you ARE the small development shop—you want this book!

By “small development office,” Eisenstein means an organization with a budget of under $3 million, and/or less than three paid development staff members. This includes a “zero” development staff shop, which is an organization with no paid development staff member and where the executive director/CEO, program staff, and/or volunteers are responsible for all the fundraising.

Why 50 Asks?

Eisenstein has observed that staff members in average, small development offices make far fewer than 50 asks per year—and receive far fewer gifts.

While 50 is a somewhat arbitrary number, it still represents a marked increase over what most small development staff shops are doing now. Most importantly, it’s an achievable number.

50 Asks in 50 Weeks, Second Edition will help you:

Raise more money Create a basic development plan Identify new prospects Ask for gifts more frequently Review the basics of fundraising Work with your board on fundraising Hire your first development staff member Work as a cohesive development team with your executive director/CEO, development staff members, and board members

This expanded edition is a development planning workbook. By the time you’ve finished it you will have created a basic annual development plan by focusing on three important aspects:

The significance of asking for gifts frequently The importance of having a diverse funding base The impact of asking in the smartest possible way

Eisenstein focuses on these three pillars of successful fundraising (instead of just the first) because, although the focus of the concept of 50 Asks in 50 Weeks is on asking more frequently, having a diverse funding base is also critical to your success. The third aspect, asking in the smartest possible way, recognizes the danger in focusing too much on frequency—doing so leads to making the kinds of mistakes that actually result in a decrease in gifts.

Eisenstein doesn’t mince words. As she stated in her first edition, she continues to remind you that successful fundraising requires taking action, including getting out of your chair, picking up your phone, and meeting with donors.

Eisenstein also addresses a big reason you may not be raising the kind of money you could: the ways you are spending your time. This isn’t just about being overworked (though that’s part of it). Frequently, “asking for gifts” falls to the bottom of a long list of urgent, but ultimately less important, work. Even experienced fundraisers can get sidetracked with tasks ranging from event planning to managing the database or writing thank-you letters. While extremely important, though, these tasks (among many others) don’t lead directly to any additional income for the organization.

To raise more money, you must move asking back to the top of your priority list. Eisenstein shows you how.


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