Capital appeals aren’t easy, read this blog from Money Tree Fundraising to find out the key indicators of success for a capital appeal.
How do you know if you should launch a capital appeal?
How do you know that the capital appeal you’ve launched is on track?
How do you focus your efforts on the important things to make your appeal a success?
These six key factors will answer all of those questions for you.
It is less risky to ask for a gift when you know the person is likely to say yes. Learning how to read the signs of another person’s likelihood to give is sometimes tricky and sometimes really obvious. But fundamentally it is the asking that is the secret: if you don’t ask you definitely won’t get!
A Development Board is not an undertaking for the feint-hearted, they are full-on vehicles to deliver significant investment. As we all know, there is no such thing as a free lunch; this significant investment in your organisation will need a significant investment from you in time (and money).
There are three key areas to consider when reviewing a Development Board – to set one up or to continue with one: