Event Strategies For Success is equipped to partner with organizations ready to create a solid fundraising and event strategy.
Each organization is unique and requires a customized plan of action for success. Some have been in existence for decades and others are new to the fundraising arena.
Regardless of the timeframe, a firm foundation is critical before launching a campaign. Here are a few strategies for your consideration.
Your organization is new and this is your debut into the fundraising event world
- Have you done a needs assessment? What about a careful analysis of your donors?
- If you are in the early stages, are you open to a strategic plan that will allow you to build a fundraising and event blueprint?
- For organizations interested in hosting events, are you comfortable knowing your first event might not be a major gala, but will serve as an important step in that direction?
Your organization is fairly established and you are ready to expand your fundraising and event platform.
- Do you know your risk-tolerance for incorporating new fundraising efforts and events into your portfolio?
- Have you done a careful analysis of your organization’s historical donors?
- Do you have a strategic plan that includes organizational leaders and stakeholders who are willing to lead the fundraising process?
- This strategy allows you to strengthen your foundation and position you for success.
Your organization is well established in the fundraising and event arena and you are ready to enter the 7-figure event club.
- Are you ready to develop a multi-year, strategic fundraising and event plan focused on growth and development?
- Do you have a strategy in place to cultivate long-term supporters as you work toward your first 7-figure event goal?
- This strategy puts your fundraising and event efforts into a new realm. By this time, your Ambassadors are committed to your long-term success.
Each strategy referenced here will allow you to create your road map to success. Event Strategies for Success stands ready to help you create a plan that speaks to your organization’s needs.