Raising resources is challenging. I hope this motivates you to never give up!
by Anisha Robinson Keeys Sponsorship seeking is hard work–especially when you get rejected more than accepted. To be successful, you MUST think expansively and be persistent. Consider these two strategies to increase your chances of success: Know what’s trending: According to sponsorship.com, cannabis, chia, cider and coffee are among the industries
More than 88% of corporations contribute to charitable causes, yet many people and organizations are unsure about the best ways to develop a prospect list, prepare a proposal, approach a corporate prospect face to face, and ultimately persuade a corporation to support their cause. Now, I want you to imagine
If your organization is like many nonprofit organizations : You’ve seen funding for your organization plummet and demand for your services increase. You are constantly seeking new ways to raise additional funding. You’ve probably thought about how your organization can get more support from the corporate community. Funding from corporations
Last week I had the pleasure of attending and speaking at the American Marketing Association Non Profit Marketing Conference. In addition to facilitating a workshop on Multicultural Marketing with the brilliant Diana Cardenas , it was great to hear perspectives from thought leader speakers and hundreds of participants that represented a diverse mix
Corporate sponsorship is a long tail strategy not a fast financial solution. And it takes time. It can take MONTHS to close a sponsorship deal. Most folks aren’t successful because they step away just before the deal gets into the closing stage–presuming a sponsor is stalling or disinterested when in
If you want to get or increase your fundraising, this e-book is a roadmap of pertinent steps for raising money from corporations. Some of the secrets you’ll learn inside include: 11 types of benefits you can offer corporations beyond logo recognition The list of 22 retailers in your neighborhood that