Until the end of time we, in the nonprofit sector, live in the fundraisers paradox. That place of what we feel we need to tell our donors and what our donors want to hear from us.
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I won’t lie. I’ve had to dig deep lately to find good news & to feel support while living alone. If you’re feeling the same, there IS good news out there. Consider me YOUR support person today. I’ve gathered some resources for making things work as you go through your day.
It takes outside-box-thinking – a change agent – to pivot to a virtual nonprofit event. As a change agent you’re willing to take risks, implement new fundraising & new donor engagement strategies, AND use technology to challenge the status quo. No easy task.
This week’s Pivot Fundraising questions are focusing on planning for the unknown.
In week two of uncharted territory you have many questions about your new role in pivot fundraising. First and foremost, keep your communication lines open with your board, staff, volunteers, donors and those who benefit from your important work.
Pivot Fundraising: Conversations, actions & movements fundraisers make, with grace and ease, to raise money in a previously unimaginable direction.