Stop and take time for a little strategic planning when you want to improve your nonprofit’s fundraising. Allow your fundraising team time to pause and think critically about what’s worked in the past and what hasn’t. Step back to assess the big picture: what are our nonprofit’s goals? What’s the most cost-effective way for our nonprofit to reach them?
Taking time out to plan before you get started may feel like stretching before a workout—you’re anxious to get started and don’t want to delay action. But as stretching prevents injuries, thorough planning prevents unexpected costs or less than stellar donor responses.
Read the article linked below for the nine steps to a stronger fundraising plan.
9 Steps to a Powerful Fundraising Plan [Fired-Up Fundraising]