"The smallest deed is better than the greatest intention.” — American essayist and poet John Burroughs.
When conducting an online fundraiser, your campaign description is the best opportunity to capture your audience. It's your one chance to wow them with your "why" and might be the most important piece of running an effective campaign. With that being said, here our Top 5 Tips to writing a killer campaign description:
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According to a new Gallop Poll by Daniela Yu and Amy Adkins, 81% of donors say their belief in an organization's mission is a major reason why they donate to a charity. These individuals are also highly more likely to be fully engaged with an organization and are twice as likely to donate more to it in the next 12 months compared with those who say the mission is a minor reason or not a reason to donate.
As I prepare to work on a fundraising campaign – whether it’s an annual appeal, a gala, or a restricted fund (specific project) - I always start with the same list of basic questions: who, what, where, when, and why. Using this template creates a certain level of structure and can be applied to all levels of fundraising efforts. So with this in mind, let’s fill in some blanks:
Nonprofit organizations are up against a mounting list of challenges. Acquiring new donors is becoming increasingly more expensive. Budgets are tight, resources are limited and the market for donor support is extremely competitive. If nonprofits don’t properly reach and interact with contributors, they risk donor lapses or—worse—failing to meet their revenue goals, which could immobilize their cause.
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