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What Works in Fundraising: Pittsburgh

What a beautiful scene scripture paints in Acts 2:42-47. This kind of community is rarely seen now—believers selling possessions and giving up what they have to make sure those around them have enough. This is the way God intended the Christian community to work. On Thursday, September 25 Advocace will hold a free, half day seminar called What Works in Fundraising: Pittsburgh. This event will provide great ideas based on sound, Biblical principles to help expand donor base and increase giving. There are even special breakout sessions perfect for executives, development staff and board members. Advocace would like for nonprofits to reach their vision by involving donors in their community to work alongside them. By attending What Works in Fundraising: Pittsburgh, leaders will learn actionable ways to do that with their organization. Seats are still available, so register here today! Registration and information about What Works in Fundraising: Pittsburgh is also available from Advocace by phone at (97 ...

Six Parts of a Solicitation Call

At some point your solicitation calls are supposed to lead you to the “ask”. Many stop short of this part because they forget, because it wasn’t planned ahead of time, or because they are afraid. Whatever the reason when the “ask” isn’t purposed into your visits, you are going to miss out on opportunities, relationships that last, and investments into your organization. So, how can you help your team master this step? Here are the six parts of a solicitation call. When your team is prepared and they understand their part, they should be able to react to any obstacles that may surface during the call. 1. Know your prospect so you can begin and lead the conversation. Get your contact to talk about themselves and the things that they are interested in. 2. Ask questions to make the conversation meaningful. Remember that open-ended questions are going to draw your prospect out and keep them talking. 3. Listen, listen, listen! Careful listening will give clues to next steps and show you how to enter the convers ...