Alliance Guide to Fundraising Part Three Available
By Brighid O'Keane on January 08, 2013
Many of the most reliable, sustainable and fruitful sources of financial support for bicycle and pedestrian advocacy organizations come from your backyard.
How can you turn your members and supporters into major donors? How can you incorporate planned gifts into your organization’s fundraising plan, and protect yourself from potentially harmful gifts? How can you use events and rides as sustainable sources of income? How can you tap into community foundations and get government and business support through sponsorships?
Part three of Alliance’s Guide to Fundraising series explores each of these funding sources and shares tips and examples from Alliance member organizations and nonprofit fundraising experts. The strategies within this guide will help you successfully maximize local resources and support your efforts to increase biking and walking in your community.
This guide is supplemented with two upcoming mutual aid calls:
This guide builds upon the foundation of Part 1: Creating and Implementing an Effective Fundraising Plan and Part 2: Anatomy of a Winning Proposal. Members, click here to visit the Resource Library and check out these guides.
Don’t underestimate what the power of cultivating local supporters can do for your advocacy efforts; Alliance members exist and thrive because of the communities they operate in.
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