Positioning Your Organization to Host 7-Figure Events |The Courage to Begin

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Dear Friends and Colleagues,

Frequently I have the pleasure of speaking with non-profit leaders who are looking to host their first six-or-seven figure fundraiser, or reinvigorate a dormant event, as they recognize the potential impact on their bottom line.

Many of these leaders frequently attend fundraising events as guests of organizations within their niche, board members of charities whose work they support and/or financial contributors of causes that resonate with their core beliefs – and they recognize the benefit of adding similar events to their development portfolio.

However, as they must focus on more the more pressing needs of identifying donors and stakeholders, defining their organization’s funding model and creating seamless ways for supporters to contribute to their work, they have little time to devote to the steps involved and may feel unprepared for the challenges that lie ahead.

So what options do they have?

To assist with this process, I am writing a 9-part series of articles titled Positioning Your Organization to Host 7-Figure Events as a resource.

In this series I will share information leaders, and their teams, can use to:

  1. Set the Stage for Success
  2. Create Momentum for their Event
  3. Make the Case for Support
  4. Collaborate with Corporate Honorees
  5. Create Successful Fundraisers for Different Audiences
  6. Create a Grand Affair with Lasting Appeal (GALA)
  7. Create an Invitation for Maximum Benefit
  8. Work Effectively with Vendors
  9. Assemble All the Pieces

From my experience, these strategies will help non-profit leaders set the stage for 7-figure event success.  So look for these articles every 2 weeks.

Here’s to your success!

With kind regards,

Monique

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