How to fundraise during the Covid-19 Pandemic

Three lessons I've learned about fundraising when things don't go according to plan

Make sure to get your free copy of ‘The 10 Commandment of Catholic Fundraising’. It’s a book that highlights the ten tasks you should do to keep you focused on your mission and hit your fundraising target, every time.

Everything is getting pretty crazy.

We have the coronavirus spreading around the world, lives are being disrupted, and with most public Masses being canceled, it seems the Church is coming to a screeching halt.

You don’t need me to give you those updates. But even with all this craziness (and maybe because of it), we still need fundraisers. We still need people who are looking to help apostolates serve, reach people, and proclaim the Good News.

Do not fear: I am with you; do not be anxious: I am your God. – Isaiah 41:10

The world needs you to remember that God is with us. Which means you need to keep showing up and staying focused on the tasks at hand.

That’s what this week’s discussion is about:

I pray that Saint Joseph keeps you safe during these events.

How to reach more people to raise more

Three strategies that have helped me boost the number of people who know about my cause

Make sure to get your free copy of ‘The 10 Commandment of Catholic Fundraising’. It’s a book that highlights the ten tasks you should do to keep you focused on your mission and hit your fundraising target, every time.
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This week I’m answering a question from my community. (I like it when you reach out!)

Becky asked how to get more people to know about her cause. Also, she wondered how to do it without spending a ton of money.

Great questions!

I focus on three things that have served me at every stage in fundraising.

Whenever I’ve had a successful campaign, it’s often because I’ve tweaked or changed one of these three things: