CAUSE Connection: Making Your Fundraising Event More Impactful by Connecting Your Audience to Your Mission
- Title:CAUSE Connection: Making Your Fundraising Event More Impactful by Connecting Your Audience to Your Mission
- Category:Strategy & ROI
- Instructor:Howard Givner
- Length:16 pgs
Special thanks to EventSpot from Constant Contact for sponsoring this eBook, and helping to foster creative dialogue within our industry.
The purpose of this eBook is to give you ideas on how to make your fundraising events more impactful.
We’re profiling a number of non-profit organizations that we believe have done a good job in connecting attendees to their causes at their events. We invite you to use these case studies to stimulate your thinking, to take a fresh look at your fundraising events and how you can forge deeper emotional connections with your attendees, turning them into long-term, passionate supporters. Non-profits profiled include: Charity: water, Yorkville Common Pantry, UNICEF, True Patriot Love, Global Citizen, Prep for Prep, Be Bold Be Bald!, CANFAR, Hudson Link, National Wildlife Federation & Global Green USA.
Identify cost-effective methods to tell your organization's story in meaningful ways.
Demonstrate how to use those how have benefited from your services as Cause Ambassadors at your event.
Show how to convey large statistics in emotional ways.
Learn how to stimulate conversation at your event around topics important to your mission, in a way that appears organic and not heavy-handed.
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CAUSE Connection: MakingYour Fundraising Event More Impactful by Connecting Your Audience to Your Mission
Cause Connection eBook
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