Ask Masters - The Masters Circle - Fabulous Fundraising Events

Mosaic Non-Profit Development

In this session we cover:  * Events that stand out from the rest: Traditional and non-traditional approaches * Events team management and motivation * Creating the experience: It’s all in the details - and boy are there details.
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Spotlight

For some people, charitable giving is not obvious territory for economists. There is a view that giving money to charity is not a rational activity and by implication not something that economists have much to say about. However, this narrowly equates being rational with acting purely in one’s self-interest and the two are not necessarily the same thing. In practice, giving to charity involves making decisions about how to allocate limited resources decisions over how much to give in total, whether to give time or money, and whether to give to one charity or another. Unless these decisions are made randomly, it must be that individuals are using some criteria to try to make the best decisions, even if they are maximising with respect to something fuzzy like “warm glow” This leads into territory where incentives are likely to matter and where economics is likely to have something to say.


OTHER ON-DEMAND WEBINARS

Millennial Alumni Study: Key Takeaways for the Nonprofit Sector

Network for Good

How do Millennials relate to the organizations they support? What do they want as a donor and how does that translate into future support and donations? We’ve got the answers! Join experts from The Chronicle of Philanthropy and the Millennial Impact Project to hear the key takeaways from the recent Millennial Alumni Study. Although this study looked at the giving patterns of young adults and their alma mater, the key takeaways are surprising and extremely relevant to nonprofits large and small.
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2017 Grants Opportunity Webinar

The San Diego Foundation

Hosted January 26, 2017, this webinar is for nonprofit organizations interested in applying for the 2017 Opening the Outdoors Grants Program. Application closes Wednesday, March 1, 2017 at 12:00pm (noon). The grant application is available for nonprofit partners to protect and connect outdoor spaces and improve outdoor access, especially for our most park-poor and underserved communities.
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DIY Fundraising – New donors and dollars

CrowdRise by GoFundMe

As a nonprofit, you have many jobs that need to get done and most often, there is limited time and resources to make it all happen. Constantly looking for new ideas to increase revenue, change things up, and get new supporters can be exhausting. Do-it-yourself fundraising (or DIY) can be a great way to easily add a new fundraising channel in order to help achieve your goals.
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How to Promote Your Online Fundraising Campaign

CharityHowTo Premium

If you build it, they will come right? Not so in the fast-moving, noisy, and cluttered online landscape! Once you have designed an online fundraising campaign, how will you get people to pay attention? Simply sending out one or two emails is not enough!In this free 45-minute recorded webinar, you’ll learn tactics to use your website, email list, and social media channels to promote your online fundraising campaign and achieve your goals.
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Spotlight

For some people, charitable giving is not obvious territory for economists. There is a view that giving money to charity is not a rational activity and by implication not something that economists have much to say about. However, this narrowly equates being rational with acting purely in one’s self-interest and the two are not necessarily the same thing. In practice, giving to charity involves making decisions about how to allocate limited resources decisions over how much to give in total, whether to give time or money, and whether to give to one charity or another. Unless these decisions are made randomly, it must be that individuals are using some criteria to try to make the best decisions, even if they are maximising with respect to something fuzzy like “warm glow” This leads into territory where incentives are likely to matter and where economics is likely to have something to say.

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