6 Fundraising Tips

Are you looking for simple fundraising tips? You’re in luck! We’ve got 6 effective tips perfect for fundraising pages.

​There are many ways you can fundraise. It’s easy and FUN! We’re here to help you with creative ideas, resources, and fundraising tips. So, grab your family, friends, co-workers, neighbors and professional contacts and let’s help women around the world.

​TELL YOUR STORY

First and foremost, your supporters will want to know why you are doing this! Why did you decide to raise funds for GACN? What about women’s empowerment that inspires you? Share your individual stories with your family, friends, and network as a compelling way to inspire them to donate!

LEVERAGE YOUR SOCIAL NETWORK

You can post your online fundraiser to your Facebook page and also Tweet updates to all of your followers. Some people may forget to check your fundraising site every day, but don’t forget to check Facebook and Twitter. Ask your friends to “Share” your cause on Facebook to gain additional support. Post GACN photos on Pinterest for a larger reach.

DON’T BE AFRAID OF SIGNAGE

Don’t be afraid to move beyond the web with your fundraising. Make posters for your local Starbucks, post an announcement in your church bulletin, let co-workers know what you’re up to with a sign in your breakroom or group text your friends from anywhere! The ways in which you can share your work are endless. So don’t be afraid to get out there ~ go get ‘em!

​ASK FOR SUPPORT

Your grandma? Your boss? Your old high school teacher? Your sewing group? Your book club? Ask anyone that could easily turn into a supporter!

​SEND VIDEO UPDATES

Did you know that you can quickly and easily post a video from YouTube and share the link to your network?

This is a great way to have face-to-face interaction with your supporters.

This is an extremely effective tool ~ everyone enjoys a good video update.

Grab your cell phone camera and get going!

UPLOAD AND SHARE YOUR PICTURES

Remember that old saying that a picture says a thousand words?

It’s true. Photos are a great way to connect people to what you’re doing, both before and during your event. Be creative and have some fun with it.

Don’t be afraid to be adventurous.

COMMENT BACK

Your Facebook posts have places for your supporters to leave a comment. Take a few seconds to reply back. It only takes a moment and it lets them know that you are listening and willing to interact.

REMEMBER TO SAY THANK YOU

It’s amazing how such a little phrase can mean so much to people. Be genuine and intentional with your gratitude and it will pay off. Make sure your supporters know that you care.

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