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How to Increase Attendance & Donation Results for Your Fundraising Event 

March 11, 2011

By: Network for Good

Thinking of hosting a fundraising gala, charity auction or golf tournament? Fudnraising events are a great way to cultivate donors, reach new supporters and raise money. They can also be a lot of work -- so you'll want to make sure you've got a good plan in place, as well as a system to manage all of the details.Read More

A Nonprofit’s Guide to Event Fundraising Analytics 

March 5, 2010

By: Network for Good

We in the nonprofit marketing world spend a lot of time planning and holding events. We should spend an equal amount of time assessing the mountain of data they generate – and using that information to inform our future strategies. More measuring to learn and plan, please! That’s the point made in this eBook fr… Read More

3 Easy Ways to Bring Your Mission to Life at Your Next Fundraising Event 

October 27, 2009

By: Network for Good

Fundraising events offer nonprofits a unique opportunity to connect with supporters and potential donors. There are three reasons why this is so powerful: People are able to genuinely connect to one another. Fundraising events help encourage people to be kind and generous: they’re feeling good, having fun and su… Read More

10 Simple Ideas for a Greener Fundraising Event 

April 22, 2009

By: Network for Good

Fundraising events are wonderful for connecting with your community of supporters, but can also create waste. Fortunately there are many ways you can help encourage eco-friendly practices when planning your event. Here are 10 simple ideas to help make your nonprofit’s next fundraising event greener, courtesy of o… Read More

6 Things to Remember When Planning a Fundraising Event 

November 30, 2007

By: Network for Good

Events are a development function. A fundraising event is meant to raise money, not to raise friends. In order to have a successful event you need to view it as a valid development function, used in conjunction with all your other development efforts.   Events are a means to an end. You don’t do events for… Read More

How to Revolutionize Your Special Events 

November 21, 2007

By: Network for Good

Cavemen once ventured out of their caves and into the vast worlds beyond. Christopher Columbus once sailed across the globe and discovered new lands. Now, nonprofit leaders, it is time for you to change your horizons. The way things used to be done is not the way things should be done now. Convert your old… Read More

Handling the Challenge of Holding Fundraising Events 

November 21, 2007

By: Network for Good

Let me guess, your fundraising event is lagging and you’re not raising enough money. You’re getting lost in the masses (after all, there were 35,000 new nonprofit organizations created last year). Before you can make any changes and successfully alter your programs and strategies, you need to understand the… Read More

Six Steps to a Better Fundraising Event 

November 21, 2007

By: Network for Good

Are you tired of fundraising events that don’t raise any funds? What about awareness events that don’t generate any awareness? The old way of thinking is out, which means when planning your next event don’t start with a budget or a set date and location. Plan your next fundraising event using these si… Read More

Event 101 for Fundraisers 

November 19, 2007

By: Network for Good

Every great movement involves an experience – a moment when a supporter can personally connect with your cause. Use your events to engage fundraisers, collect data on participants and donors, know why they care, determine how to communicate with them, follow up with them, and involve them in your organization’s… Read More

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