Do you have a hard time finding new donors?
When you ask board members, volunteers or staff if they know anyone who might want to come to an event or potentially become a donor, do they roll their eyes, or cringe?
If so, you’re not alone. Many people shy away from “giving up” the names of their friends. Especially if they’ve been asked several times to do so.
This week you’re in luck.
Janet Boguch from Non-Profit Works has a great tool that’ll help you generate many new names of potential donors and supporters of your nonprofit organization. She calls it a “Bubble Chart”.
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Chris Davenport says
If you have any stories or advice around finding new donors, please share it with everyone else. Leave a comment. Thanks. 🙂
Rhonda McDaniel says
Great tool. Thanks for sharing. I’ve also seen this referred to as the “treasure map,” which didn’t sit well with me. Bubble chart is much better. This is great also to use when you have Table Captains at an event who are responsible for inviting guests to their table.
Richmond Rabinowitz says
This is great!