Getting to Goal: Quarterbacking the Capital Campaign for Nonprofit Organization
The capital campaign is the single most important fund-raising effort that any non-profit organization can undertake. It must be well organized and there must be 100% commitment from the board, executive director, staff, campaign steering committee, and the many volunteers that will ultimately be involved. This manual covers every step of the journey in an easy common sense approach. It is especially usefull to organizations needing to raise up to one million dollars. You will learn issues to be addressed by the board and executive directors well as how to set the campaign goal, structure the campaign, select leadership. Getting to Goal will be useful to anyone who wants to learn more about managing a successful campaign.
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Structuring the Campaign
Running the Campaign
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25 calls total agency Board members Board planning Board President building Business Division Caller 5 Calls Campaign Chair campaign goal campaign leadership campaign materials Campaign Review Board Capital Campaign Review captains and callers CCRB chairs secured co-chair complete consider consultant Cumberland County Data Manager database decide Diﬁsion Division This division division will solicit Donation Processing Manager Event Committee Executive Director Foundation Division fundraising funds GETTING TO GOAL Habitat for Humanity Honorary chairs identified Inner Family drive Jimmie George kick-off event kicko lead gift letter major prospects Materials Appendix Article mission naming opportunities naming rights non-profit organization October 30 organizational chart packets PR Committee Professional Project Manager Proposal Writer Prospect Committee prospect list Quarterbacking report meeting Residential Division run a capital Sample Materials Appendix Schedule Soliciting Side someone statement Steering Committee meetings sure thank you notes top prospects Treasurer volunteer