Hello faithful Catholic,
Today, I want to discuss with you the topic of persuasion.
How do you persuade some to donate?
I picked this topic because several people this week have asked me this question. The definition of ‘persuade’ is to MOVE by argument, request, or expostulation to a belief, position, or course of action.
Therefore, in the case of fundraising, we want to know how to “move by request to a course of action.”
Here are my thoughts on how to persuade someone to donate:
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Question: Which saint, Catholic document, or Church teaching has given you great advice on how to raise funds? Please leave your comment below.
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