What if emotional appeals aren't enough? How can you get funders to truly invest in your nonprofit for the long-term?
Learn from someone who's been there:
Tom Ralser, after spending more than two decades working in and with nonprofits, witnessed the nearly exclusive use of emotional appeals.
But now times have changed.
Higher-level donors (investors) are more interested in outcomes and investing over time in nonprofits. In Ralser's book, Asking Rights: Why Some Nonprofits Get Funded (and Some Don't), he guides you through the process of developing your Asking Rights to convince investors to fund you for a more sustainable future. He will touch on the following topics:
- How is an investor different in his approach to your organization?
- How can you appeal both to higher-level investors and smaller donors?
- How do you establish your Asking Rights?
- How do you use your Asking Rights to attract investors?
Join us on July 13:
Join CausePlanet founder Denise McMahan and author Tom Ralser on Wednesday, July 13, at 11:00 Central Time.
Ask your questions when you register and our expert will come ready to answer those at the start.