New Book on Catholic Fundraising: Pray, Pray, Pray, Ask

Which cover do you think is best?

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Brice Sokolowski Catholic Fundraiser

I’m so excited to announce the launch my second book, Pray Pray Pray Ask. It’s the Catholic manual on how to follow your vocation, raise funds, and spread the Gospel in the 21st century. Though I am stuck … I don’t know which of the four covers to use. Which do you like best?

Let me give you some background information on what the book is about. Then you can help me pick the best one.

Why I picked the title: Pray, Pray, Pray, Ask

I choose the title Pray, Pray, Pray, Ask because of the four different forms of prayer the catechism talks about: Blessing, Intercession, Thanksgiving, and Petition. When we think of fundraising for a Catholic cause, we immediately think of asking, otherwise known as a petition.

I was inspired by the catechism because a great and inspirational petition can only happen when you are doing the other three activities: thanking people, helping people, and acknowledging people for who they are.

The book is designed to go into specific detail about solving many of the problems Catholic face when fundraising by using the catechism’s approach for how we pray. I make the analogy that asking people for funds is analogous to asking God for specific things or graces in our life. The Catechism teaches us how to form a proper petition to God which helps us also form a proper gift request to people. I know this because I’ve used it in my own fundraising with great success. This happens because I am more genuine and Catholic with how I approach the subject of money with people.

The 4 Big Lessons Inside this Book

In this book, you are going to learn four key lessons that will help you fundraise better:

  1. How to correctly asking for donations in the light of our Catholic faith
  2. What to do when things get tough and how to turn it around
  3. Why Catholics give and the underlying reasons they’d give to you
  4. Where to start increasing your funding or even start with your first campaign


As I send the book to the publisher for final review, which book (cover do you like the best? Please let me know what you think which I should use:

  1. Which border?
  2. Which fonts?
  3. Which background (plain or old-paper)?
  4. How should I structure the title text?

 

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Brice Sokolowski Catholic Fundraiser

Brice was born and raised Catholic. After enjoying a successful career in technology consulting with Accenture and PriceWaterhouseCoopers in cities across the United States (Dallas, San Francisco, Paris, Abu Dhabi, and London) around the world, he left it to help his Catholic diocese in London, England with a fundraising campaign. The campaign went on to raise over $60 million, the largest sum ever raised for the diocese and in the United Kingdom.

Learning from professional fundraisers, he figured out the basics and then left the diocese to focus on what he loves most: building Catholic charities that change the culture, save lives, and save souls.

Brice currently lives in Texas and travels the world helping Catholics fundraise. This website is where he shares what he is doing and how he is raising funds for Catholic causes and missions. That way you can move more quickly with your next appeal.

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