I sent this reminder to my Fundraising Kick subscribers earlier this month. The response was so good, I wanted to share it with you too. Heed the warning! Good morning, Kickers! I need to apologize. I set out to write this email two days ago. But the message was so basic, I decided to wait.
This week on the first day of the book launch, we announced a contest. Anyone who bought the book on or before Monday, and emailed me the receipt, was entered to win prizes including a free month of membership to The Nonprofit Academy and a 30-minute fundraising coaching session with me. The Results are In
Ask Without Fear ® for Christian Ministry Launches Today! We're so thrilled about the launch today that we're doing a give away! How to enter to win Entering to win couldn't be easier! Purchase the book today, Monday, March 20, 2017, and Email me a receipt as proof-of-purchase to email@example.com - even a picture if
We've never met anyone who got into ministry to raise money. Most people sense God's call and start doing service in some area. People are excited for them and encourage them. In the initial rush of excitement, if money even comes up, they try to brush off the thought by saying, "God will provide." And
As a nonprofit leader, when was the last time you recommended another nonprofit? Plenty of room on the island A while back, Seth Godin wrote about there being plenty of room on the island. He observed that authors regularly recommend other authors even though an MBA program would call them "competitors." It's a great reminder
Whether your fiscal year starts now or is only part of the way through, January is a good time to evaluate your fundraising progress. To help you're planning, here's an email I sent our Fundraising Kick subscribers yesterday. Good morning, Kickers! Listening to a conversation between Stephen R. Covey and his son Stephen M.R. Covey