7 Habits of Highly Effective Fundraisers Webinar
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About The Event
Wondering how to raise more money for your organization when you can’t even hold in-person events? The author of Funds to the Rescue: 101 Fundraising Ideas for Humane and Animal Rescue Groups, Susan Daffron, shows you how you can keep your fundraising engine humming in both good times and bad.
· Why your "money mindset" matters and how to break through the noise to distinguish your organization from other non-profits and animal groups.
· The keys to productive planning and ideas for forming beneficial partnerships
· Examples of simple fundraisers that don’t take much money or time
Whether you are involved with a small foster rescue network or work for a large regional animal shelter, you need to raise money (even during a pandemic). Get practical advice you can share with your team, along with creative ideas to help you plan and implement your own fundraisers.
This webinar is being presented for UPF Members at No Charge as an added value of being part of the UPF Community. We suggest you invite key fund-raising volunteers in your organization over to have a Webinar Watch Party (wear masks), and then afterwards discuss fund-raising strategies for your organization.
Susan Daffron is the author of 17 novels and 14 nonfiction books, including Funds to the Rescue: 101 Fundraising Ideas for Humane and Animal Rescue Groups (http://www.FundstotheRescue.com), Publicity to the Rescue, and two books on caring for adopted pets.
She has been a volunteer, employee, and board member at a small rural animal shelter and worked as a part-time veterinary technician at a low-cost spay/neuter clinic. She founded the National Association of Pet Rescue professionals and has spoken at multiple humane conferences, webinars, and tele-seminars. Currently, she works in high-tech marketing and runs a small book publishing company.