Non-Profit Friend Raising and Fund Raising

Effective Fund Raising consists of different approaches for different groups and goals.

The nonprofit organization must have a compelling vision of what it represents and of where it is headed. It must present a focused and powerful story. People give to other people and to causes in which they believe.

Feasibility studies must be conducted to make capital giving for both building and endowment campaigns realistic. Littleford and Associates can help organizations create realistic assessments on which to base their capital campaigns.

Planned Giving should be designed to maximize impact both now and in the future. Investment plans can greatly impact total revenues the entity has at its disposal now and over the next decades.

Properly designed volunteer programs assist development offices immensely in building morale and effective giving. Techniques for recruiting, developing, and directing volunteers that need not cost a lot of money can make the difference between lackluster results and powerful outcomes.

Finally, in approaching corporate givers, organizations need to know what those corporations are looking for when they award funds. Similarly, its senior managers must be skilled at making and presenting its case to this audience.

These approaches allow the organization to build enduring relationships while garnering funds. Both are essential to its continued health.

The almost ongoing, high stress job of crisis management in schools has filled the space that was once full of organizational charts, contracts, training, legal protection, salaries and other the expectations and demands.The Head of School has needed to refocus and reframe to reflect the new reality. How do the head and the board partner together respond to and manage this uncharted territory? The job is now high stress nearly all the time.

The webinar will explore:

  • • How a head and board best manage constituent communications and expectations?
  • • Best practice for how the board can support the head of school?
  • • How a head should communicate what he/she needs in order to succeed in the role and have a balanced personal life as well?
  • • What are the immediate danger zones in the head/board relationship at this stressful time?
  • • What simple signals can the Board send that ensure board/school stability and confidence from the stakeholders?
  • • How should the head manage each stakeholder group?
  • • How can the Board support the head personally and with each stakeholder group?
  • • What are the new financial realities, the trade offs of income and expense that must now be addressed?
  • • How to market a school when the campus is closed?
  • • How to engage parents positively when they are full of anxieties?
  • • How does the Head remain positive, reflective and energetic in the midst of all this?

 

Reminder: Long terms boards with long term chairs lead to long term successful heads and stable and financially sound school.
 

Contact us today for more information or to sign up!