Fundraising for Non-profits

7 SIMPLE Last Minute Fundraising Tips You Can Implement Right NOW! [Video]

7 SIMPLE Last Minute Fundraising Tips You Can Implement Right NOW!

Giving Tuesday 2022 is right around the corner. If you’re in a pinch, we have 7 last-minute fundraising ideas that you can take action on right now, to maximize your year end donations!

0:00 – Intro
0:37 – Fundraising Tip #1 | Texting your donors
Example text (to be used as template to send your donors): 2022 is going to be a monumental year for [ORGANIZATION NAME] but we need your help to get there. We’re raising [$GOAL] for [CAUSE]. Will you join us? [LINK TO CAMPAIGN PAGE WITH GIVING OPTIONS]
1:44 – Fundraising Tip #2 | Capturing Urgency
2:42 – Fundraising Tip #3 | Video Promotion + How to Make A Video Promo in under 1 hour:
3:41 – Fundraising Tip #4 | Thanking Your Donors
Example text (to be used as template to send your donors): [DONOR NAME] we’re grateful for you. The sacrifices you’ve made to financially support the work we do have resulted in [IMPACT STATEMENT]. THANK YOU!
4:17 – Fundraising Tip #5 | Annual Giving Statements
example message (to be used as a template to send to your donors): Hello [DONOR NAME]. Thanks for your gifts to [ORGANIZATION NAME] so far this year! Here’s a preview of your 2022 Annual Giving Statement. Please review and request any updates before January 30, 2023.” Don’t forget to have a donate button on the email!
5:12 – Fundraising Tip #6 | Utilize Matching Programs
5:53 – Fundraising Tip #7 | Donor Audit + Phone Calls

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Welcome Letter to New Nonprofit Board Member- Mind the Gap Consulting [Video]

New board members should feel welcomed and valued. The number one complaint from nonprofit board members is that they never received an orientation. You can set up board members for success by having your chair welcome each new board member formally. Grab this free tool at my site. The link is below. Please share this video with your friends. Grab this and other free tools at Check out my website for lots of freebies, offers, and my blog, Sean Kosofsky, The Nonprofit Fixer Nonprofit consultant, coach, and course creator