100+ Fundraising Ideas for Your Non-Profit
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100+ Fundraising Ideas for Your Non-Profit

Raise a lot or raise a little - start with an idea. This course will stimulate your creativity and your imagination.
2.6 (4 ratings)
Instead of using a simple lifetime average, Udemy calculates a course's star rating by considering a number of different factors such as the number of ratings, the age of ratings, and the likelihood of fraudulent ratings.
14 students enrolled
Created by Lorraine Arams
Last updated 8/2015
English
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Includes:
  • 35 mins on-demand video
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Imagine fundraising possibilities for your organization
  • Create new fundraisers using these ideas to spark your imagination
  • Combine the 100 plus ideas presented in this course to develop something new and exciting
  • Get some tips and suggestions which may make a difference in your fundraising planning
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Requirements
  • Anyone taking this course should have an idea of what fundraising is, who is in charge of fundraising for non-profits and have attended fundraisers
Description

This course is about stimulating your creativity and imagination in service of the non-profit with which you are associated.

Board members are charged with fundraising. Often, they get stuck. The old ways of fundraising aren't working any longer. They don't know what else to do.

First things first are contained in the first part. Your organization's foundation must be well-structured and sound before thinking fundraising.

The second part gives you loads of ideas - some old - some new. Whatever idea you have make sure it fits your group. You can combine some of these ideas to make your fundraiser even more spectacular.

The third part contains some ideas which may stretch your ideas about fundraising or you may say - "It's so obvious. Why didn't we think of it?"

There are a million and one fundraising ideas out there - this course is simply a stimulus for your group to put your brainstorming caps on and decide upon something. You can watch it over and over and over again - use it annually - and share your successes. I can add them to the course and help other groups.

Who is the target audience?
  • Members of non-profit boards of directors charged with fundraising
  • Non-profit staff who participate in fundraising brainstorming sessions
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Curriculum For This Course
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What is this course about really? It's about stimulating your imagination
3 Lectures 10:45

Fundraising is what you make it. It can be really difficult or it can be really fun. If you can see the advantages, then your experience will be exciting.

Preview 03:48

Benefits - to whom? For what? What can benefits do for your fundraising efforts - a whole lot. Yet, benefits are often not considered.

What should fundraising be about besides raising much needed money?\

What is the mistake that most people make about fundraising ideas?


Preview 03:45

The foundations of your organization must be sound before even thinking about fundraising. People wonder why their efforts don't pay off. Often the underlying support structure simply doesn't have the strength to support fundraising. Fundraising is a team affair and the team must be well structured before it can hope to win.

Get Organized - if your foundation is weak, fundraising will be challenging
03:12
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Let's begin with the ideas - lots of ideas - one or more will certainly be right
5 Lectures 15:13

There are as many ideas as there are people but . . . what fits?

Preview 02:45

The list is endless for events - think about some of these. I've separated them into different sections and this lecture contains the first set. Fundraising events can be massive or teeny, tiny - people love to get together and do something.

Events - how many are there? It depends how you look at the term events
03:00

Oldies but goodies - the whole family, friends and even an entire community - how can you make them more fun?

Oldies - but goodies - with a twist - what fun for everyone - all ages
03:51

Add "zip" to your auctions and see the alternatives to this one idea.

Auctions - there different ways to fundraise through auction - old and new
02:47

We all know them - but do we really? Besides a marathon, would could there be?

A-thons - there are so so many kinds - all fun - blend with other activities
02:50
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Something Different - organizers may not think about these but they are viable
2 Lectures 06:23

Business can support a business. See how one of these ideas might fit.

Businesses - it's all business and it depends how you look at things
02:44

Here are some ideas which may serve your group year round rather than just one project. You can use some of these ideas to fundraise all the time - this way, the group members never get "out of practice".

Services - what kind of services? How do you organize them? How can they help?
03:39
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Wrapping it up - some thoughts - some connections
1 Lecture 02:51

Share and connect - see how -

Wrap Up
02:51
About the Instructor
Lorraine Arams
3.0 Average rating
21 Reviews
1,131 Students
6 Courses
Entrepreneur

I love to help people through teaching. I'm thrilled when people "get it" and their lives, in some small way, are made better as a result..

Currently, I have my own business, On Contract Only, offering services in facilitating, training, consulting and writing.

I have presented workshops for small business, non-profits and business groups on a variety of topics using the knowledge I've acquired during my eclectic career in management at senior levels in corporations, non-profits and governments. The range of enterprises has included: coaching, personal development, mining, manufacturing, import and export, real estate, recreation, performing arts, visual arts, advanced education, health, e-commerce, and small business.

I'm a lifelong learner and enjoy variety from geophysics to cooking. And I love meeting and communicating with people. Computers and the internet have been like a miracle to me - what an amazing development in human existence wherein people can connect from all over the world - instantly - and share thoughts, ideas and challenge what is for what could be.