This week I am in Bratislava speaking at a fundraising conference by Caritas Internationalis, the Vatican’s arm of charitable work and responsible for raising $1 billion in donations per year.
That’s one BILLON; otherwise known as a lot of money.
I’m offering six workshops on how to fundraise better which I want to share with you. You will find this information incredibly useful because you get behind the scenes with us on how to improve your fundraising in today’s 21st-century landscape.
The majority of Catholic dioceses, parishes, religious orders, charities, schools and lay apostolates still depend on out-dated tactics such as direct mail, church appeals, external consultants, and event fundraising. All of these methods require lots of time to prepare, lots of money, and, most importantly, deviate your focus from the mission.
Thankfully the world of fundraising has moved on from these old, rusted ways, and what’s even better, we have more opportunities to ask for money in a more Catholic way.
However, are you still in the old or moving into the new?
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The focus of my workshops is to show how you can fundraise in today’s landscape without spending lots of time, effort, and money. Plus, I base my approach on two main sources: Catholic Social Teaching and the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
This way you stay focused on what you want to do: your mission, which is to save lives and souls.
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Six fundraising workshops that will improve how you fundraise
Below I’ve listed the six different topics that I cover.
Workshop 1: How to Leverage Change in Fundraising
I explain how fundraising has dramatically changed in the past five years, and these changes benefit Catholic organizations. I take about how you can leverage technology to reach more people.
I also talk about how you can become more authentic in your approach which will automatically attract more people to donate.
Workshop 2: Keeping Prayer at the Center of Fundraising
Prayer is not a topic most fundraisers discuss, other than asking people to pray that the campaign raises money. I explain why prayer is the fundamental part of your fundraising.
Without it, you will struggle because you are forgetting the divine aspect of your work.
Workshop 3: How to Build a Fundraising Plan
Most campaigns don’t reach their targets because they don’t have a plan. The key to long-term success is to have a plan which outlines what you do, when you do it, and how to improve along the way.
I talk about the measurements and actions you have to take to make this happen and keep you on track.
Workshop 4: The Fundraising Mindset
Fundraising is stressful, and it’s likely something you didn’t imagine yourself doing. I explain how to stay motivated, how to engage with your team, how to stay positive, and how to keep going when things get tough.
Workshop 5: The 10 Habits of a Great Catholic Fundraiser
Like the spiritual life, we have to follow daily habits to keep us on the straight and narrow. I give my top 10 habits along with helpful tools to keep you going and adjust when things get tough.
Workshop 6: How to Attract Donors
What does it take to get Catholics to donate to you? I explain what works and doesn’t work. In fact, I outline the seven things you can do which will guarantee you more donors. I also explain how to become the next iconic charity.
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