Major Gifts

Major GiftsA healthy major gift fundraising program can skyrocket your organization’s revenue and help you build the capacity necessary to ensure your long-term success.  It will also help you identify and cultivate advocates for your organization.  People who will support you financially, with their time, and with their influence in the community.

Check out these posts for tools and strategies to raise major gifts:

1. Fundraising and the Executive Suite

2. Do you know what it takes to get major gifts?

3. How do your prospects rank on the 3 C’s?

4. Maximizing Middle Donors

5. Fundraising Best Practice Series: Volume 7, Upgrading Donors

6. Fundraising Best Practice Series: Volume 8, Cultivating Major Donors

7. Fundraising Best Practice Series: Volume 9, Planned Gift Prospecting

8. Fundraising Best Practice Series: Volume 10, Donor Stewardship

9. Want to raise more money?  Learn to play nice together!

10. 5 Steps to Major Gift Success

11. Are you soliciting minor gifts from MAJOR donors?

12. Understanding Major Donors

13. 6 Mistakes That Can Kill Your Major Gift Efforts

14. Daddy, where do major donors come from?

15. Six Types of Wealthy Donors

16. Are your bequests in trouble?

17. 13 Ways to Engage Major Donors

 

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  1. fundraising gifts

    Yes this form of revenue or gift remaining strategy is perfect for both commercial and charitable present giving ideas.

    In the end it just makes other people take part, raises awareness and it can help other people down the line, more so when there is a charitable approach.

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