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Week 1: How to create an extra month of fundraising

The first Kick will come next week. But in preparation for that, think about this: devoting just 1 hour a day to asking people for money would add up to around 250 hours a year. That’s more than 31 work days!

Think about that…an entire month! Can you imagine the impact devoting an entire month to fundraising would have on your nonprofit?

Even if you devoted just an hour a week, that would still be more than 6 work days!

How many asks could you make in an hour? How many major gift visits could you set up? 2? 3? 10?

So today, I challenge you to block one hour a week as a repeating event on your calendar.

And next week, we’ll start in with the Kicks!!

To your fundraising success,


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