Matt Kupec is the Vice President for Development & Marketing at HelpMeSee, Inc, a nonprofit whose mission is to provide basic vision-saving care to populations that are at risk for preventable blindness. Having helped UNC-Chapel Hill raise $5 billion dollars and established a private nonprofit organization called Text2Give (mobile fundraising) with over $1.8 million in venture capital, Matt looks to continue his knowledge within the nonprofit fundraising sector. Below, you will find various presentations that provide helpful and impactful tips that will shape your fundraising campaign for the better.
When it comes to fundraising, it is absolutely imperative that you create a strong and viable marketing strategy for your nonprofit fundraising event. While as much as we can rely on word of mouth, establishing that presence will push you that much closer to your fundraising goal. In this presentation, I have provided nine incredible ways to market your fundraising event.
While you may be working for a nonprofit organization, fundraising can often be related to that of sales. Because of this, It is important that you learn various ways of how you can sell your campaign to current and future donors.
Fundraising can be a tricky thing. As much as you want to bring in new donors, you want to make sure you are keeping your current donors happy. In order to do this, it is imperative that you understand the five big flaws and mistakes that could compromise your relationship with your client.
When writing an email for your fundraising campaign, you want to make sure you are highlighting the necessities of your organization. At times, a strong and informative email can be the simple game changer in landing you that next big donation.
Creating a strong and viable strategy will always be imperative if you want to see success within your fundraising campaign. To learn the tricks of the trade, I have provided various tips in how you can shape and alter your fundraiser.
No matter how you feel about the situation, it is always important to embrace change. To help you revamp your fundraiser, take a look at the seven tips I have outlined in the presentation above.
When comes to fundraising, it is imperative that you establish a strong story that embodies the vision, goals, and emotional appeal of your campaign.
When it comes to fundraising, it is absolutely imperative that you focus on your donors. While it is imperative to look for future donors and clients, make sure you spend the time communicating with those individuals who helped established your nonprofit in the first place.