Whether it is being nimble, managing a great relationship, or being an exceptional partner you can raise money from companies even if you are a small charity.
Incorporating sorry as part of your pitch is something I am seeing. If you need to say sorry as a part of your corporate sponsorship request, you need to figure out why and fix it! If you are doing it right, you are offering a company something of value, so know what that is and deliver the message clearly.
3 ways Major Gifts can help your Corporate Fundraising including silo busting, opening doors, and joining forces.
Grow your audience, channels and new opportunities to increase corporate partnership and fundraising revenue at your charity.
Starting your corporate fundraising can be overwhelming, but it doesn’t have to be. Answer these straight forward questions and begin to make moves towards successful fundraising.
I hear all the time from clients that they need to source some new prospects. After all, new prospects lead to an increase in revenue… right? Well, that depends. Money in the form of sponsorship, grants, etc. doesn’t always come from the creation of new partnerships...
Are you not hearing back from your corporate fundraising prospects? Here are 3 ways to move those prospects forward to funding your organization.
Rethinking the elevator pitch to build an alignment conversation designed to connect your charity and the company you would like to have as a prospect.
Many of you have reached out, telling me that your prospect pipeline still needs help. You have told me you are struggling to get enough companies on your list and struggling even more to engage with them once you do. I hear you – and I’m here to help.
Contribution by new BridgeRaise senior consultant, Cristina Evans. You know what you are? Awesome. And capable, committed and resourceful. Having worked and volunteered with some pretty great charities over the past 20 years that’s a truth I’ve learned:...