Whether your raising $1,000 or $1,000,000, you will be inspired by the five steps Saint Ignatius of Loyola used to raise millions to build the Jesuits from the ground up.
You nailed it—in a nutshell!" Andrea Bizzanelli, Associate Fundraising Director, Diocese of Austin, TX
"Great guide for fundraising. I shared some thoughts of it at my recent Priest Senate Meeting"
Bishop Donald Lippert, Bishop of Mendi
"Thank you! I feel like I have a vision and a pathway to move forward with joy."
Nancy Kiolbasa, Director of Catholic Pro-Life mission
"I have a much better sense of the things I need to be working on."
JonMarc Grodi, Director of the Coming Home Network
"Thank you for all your wisdom and desire to assist organizations such as ours." Colleen Bayer, Director of Family Life International New Zealand
Hi! I'm Brice. The guy in the beard telling Cardinal Burke a joke after Sunday Mass. (... and yes, he did laugh!)
If you read the Ignatian Fundraising Guide, you will agree with me that at least one of the tips in the guide works. If you don't read the guide, let me ask you a question. Are you having trouble with too many people who 'want to think about donating,' 'sleep on it,' 'talk to their spouse,' etc?
In other words... they procrastinate. You do know that procrastinators bring out the procrastination syndrome in others, don't you?
With this in mind, is it clear to you that the way to get action from others is to take action yourself?
Your next step is clear. Take action and follow Saint Ignatius in his method for fundraising. He's helped me and thousands of other Catholics with his wisdom and guidance in asking for donations.
- Brice Sokolowski, author of the Ignatian Fundraising Guide
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