Many organizations struggle trying to achieve their goals because their efforts are fragmented and unfocused. They don’t have much money, their leaders are tired, and they have no plan for the future. Some have the attitude that if they could just get a grant, everything would be okay.
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How To Develop A Fund-Raising Strategy by Tom Romito, Facilitator
In the video above, I outline the steps an organization needs to take to develop a fund-raising strategy, whether they think they do or not. I show you how I lead people through a process of developing strategies to break down barriers, evaluate and maximize methods, and how to identify potential funding targets to achieve the organization's goal.
- Lastly, identify your fund-raising targets. Determine what projects you need to fund, how much money you need to do them, and where you can get the money.
Tom Romito, Facilitator, and a Director, I-Open, helps organizations build capacity to survive and thrive with Team Building, Action Planning and Strategic Planning. Tom is also interested in Climate Change Effects on Reforestation, Wetlands, and Birds and Other Wildlife. Learn more about facilitation techniques at Tom's website Tom Romito, Facilitator and follow him on Twitter @ThomasRomito
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