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March . . . Your Fundraising Key To Success

Posted on March 4, 2024 
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Fundraising is unpredictable, often dictated by the calendar rather than your preferences. While November and December are prime fundraising months, it could also be said that January and February are often slower times, which you don't want to bother people too much because of "donor fatigue", that could set in. We also tell organizations all the time, NOT to wait until the end of the year to do all of their fundraising . . . or even worse . . . only rely on mailings.

March presents an ideal opportunity to kickstart your efforts.. THIS is the time to get your Annual Giving Plan in shape. Who are you going to ask for gifts this year, when, how much, who is going to make the ask, who is going to be asked in person, who is going to receive a mailing instead, etc . . . these questions and MORE are important to consider when creating your plan.

Take care of these important things now because we PROMISE you that the end of the year will get here before you know it. The last thing you want to do is suffer through the typical end of the year revenue stress. Get your plan together now, start talking to donors now, and good things will happen. Midwest Studies Group can even help with your plan, marketing, and more.

For more information about Annual and Planned Giving, Strategic Planning, or Capital Campaigns contact us at info@midweststudiesgroup.com today.

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