This little trick will help you raise more money.
Do you struggle to write your fundraising letters and appeals? In this week’s episode, Jeff Brooks walks you through a simple way of improving your fundraising.
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Chris Davenport says
If you have a story or any advice to share around raising money, please share it in a comment box. Thanks. 🙂
Rose Crossland says
Fantastic! Thank you. Plus I always used the word ‘you’ often. ‘You can save a life today’, ‘You can give a girl the gift of an education today.’
Sherry Manschot says
Short. Sweet. Easy to remember. I have had Jeff in my head since last year’s conference when writing our fundraising materials. Thank you!
Leo Donaghy says
Thank you Jeff
Colleen Marquez says
Thanks, Jeff for helping us be more SURE!
Lanny Tucker says
Thanks, Jeff. S.U.R.E. helps sharpen me, so thanks! I’ve also been helped in the past by a mentor who suggested using a S.O.T.O (“Story of the One”) in written appeals. This key story could be applied in the Emotional part of Jeff’s S.U.R.E. plan. Having a true story about an actual person that needs (or has already received) the life-transforming result of your non-profit’s service is a powerful way to connect with donors in writing or speaking.