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Shifting from Themed Fundraising Events to Mission-minded Fundraising. Advice from the July 11th GAOC.

Shifting from Themed Fundraising Events to Mission-minded Fundraising. Advice from the July 11th GAOC.

In our twenty-five years of business, Project Partners has managed almost every type of fundraising event that you can name: galas, golf tournaments, concerts, festivals, walks, runs, fashion shows, anniversaries, dancing with the stars, celebrity waiters, game shows, casino nights, wine and dines, and sports outings to name a few. So, you may be surprised that our July 11th Good Advice Over Coffee (GAOC) topic was “Shifting from Themed Fundraising Events to Mission-minded Fundraising.”  Why would we broach that subject?

Shifting from Themed Fundraising Events to Mission-minded Fundraising is topic for July 11th Good Advice Over Coffee

Shifting from Themed Fundraising Events to Mission-minded Fundraising is topic for July 11th Good Advice Over Coffee

THANK YOU to those who joined us for our third-ever Good Advice Over Coffee (a monthly one-hour small group gathering of community cause champions) covering the topic of Business and Education Partnerships – Creating a lovefest.

Fundraising can be hard. It’s easier when you have a relationship: Takeaways from the “Relational marketing and fundraising” GAOC discussion

Fundraising can be hard. It’s easier when you have a relationship: Takeaways from the “Relational marketing and fundraising” GAOC discussion

My current relationship with my bank is completely transactional. When I need cash, I pay the ATM a visit. Every now and then, I add a quick deposit to my stop – but usually I rely on electronic transfers. Without a doubt, today’s online and mobile technology has made it possible for me to completely sidestep physical interaction with my bank – let alone get to know a personal banker!