In light of our recent Page to Practice™ feature of Emily Davis' "Fundraising and the Next Generation,” I thought you'd enjoy her recent blog about the twelve steps involved with starting a fundraising committee.
Frequently, I'm asked about steps nonprofits can take in starting a nonprofit fundraising committee. Below are some ways that you can start out in organizing a team of volunteer fund raisers for your organizational mission.
1. Have a committee description. How can volunteers know what you need them to do without instruction? Start with a committee description that includes as much detail as possible like committee activities, meeting times and length, preferred skills and qualifications, and any other logistics you would want to know if you were joining the committee.
2. Be clear about your ...
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