Monday, October 31, 2011

What Are The Typical Different Fundraising Methods Nonnprofits Use To Raise Support? See...

For more information on any one of the following fundraising methods, use the Search field (upper left hand corner of this web page) or look under Labels (to the right) for the topic title (or look under the How To Label).

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Raising donations through your nonprofit's website
Cash Donations (Individuals and Corporations)
Services for Fees (i.e. Sliding Scale Fees or Ability to Pay Scale)
Fundraising Events
Educational Programs for Fees
Selling donated items (i.e. In Kind donations), etc. for profit in a retail store or online
Becoming a United Way agency
Require Annual Minimum Board Member Donations
Working with another organization on a specific program/project and sharing the costs and donations
Employee Giving Programs (i.e. corporate employees' regular contributions)
Employee Matching Gifts (i.e. a donor's employer matches each of its employees' donations)
House Parties

Keep in mind that many medium size nonprofits, as well as large ones, conduct all and more of the above fundraising methods, over the course of a year, smaller ones a combination of two or three.  In order for a nonprofit to have continual cash flow, it must be fundraising regularly, all year long.

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