Policy & Procedure Library
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All Volunteer Organizations
All Hands On Board (PDF)
A manual for All Volunteer Organizations
Distilling you message (PDF)
Getting the word out (PDF)
Effective Strategic Planning (PDF)
Fundraising Readiness Checklist
Take charge of your fundraising efforts on social media by understanding the opportunities that Facebook (and other platforms) can provide your non-profit organization. In this session, Cindy Hagemann will teach you some marketing tips and tricks to better promote your events and fundraising campaigns.
Our meeting will be on Monday, April 23, 2018, at the Food City, Euclid Ave., Bristol, VA location, in the second floor community room from 11:30 to 1:00 pm. Lunch is $10.00 if you eat and FREE if you do not eat.
Please RSVP to Gary McGeough, email: email@example.com or phone: 423-646-4982
How to Create an Engaging Newsletter
Your Donors Will Want to Read
by Ann Green
I’ve written several posts recently about the importance of staying in touch with your donors throughout the year. Some of you may be saying, “We do that because we have a newsletter.”
A newsletter can be a great way to engage with your donors, but how often does that actually happen?
Unfortunately, not very much because most donor newsletters can be used as a cure for insomnia. They’re too long and filled with boring articles that brag about how wonderful the organization is.
Don’t worry. You can create an engaging newsletter your donors will want to read. Here’s how..... Click Here
By Gail Perry - http://firedupfundraising.com/
Screening sessions are my favorite major gift prospect research tool.
This informal prospect research strategy helps you find out anecdotal information about potential donors.
And the info comes directly from community members who know them – their friends, associates and colleagues.
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By ALLISON GAUSS
Volunteers are a vital part of the social impact sector. Whether they assist with an annual 5k run/walk or a weekly program, a devoted community of volunteers allows your organization to do more than it ever could alone. But volunteers, like any member of your team, need guidance to succeed and help your nonprofit make an impact.
If you educate your volunteers on your organization and prepare them for their duties on the job, you can ensure that your volunteers have a positive experience. Properly trained volunteers can then become a valuable asset to your nonprofit, especially if you can retain them.
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