How to put on a successful fundraiser

Posted on: December 21, 2021

Successful fundraisers tend to rely on one core element: emotion. If you make people cackle, if you make them chuckle, if you even make them cry, the chances are they will reach for their wallets to help you. If fundraisers can just make people feel things, the more money they are likely to raise.

 

In today’s podcast, we are talking about fundraising ideas. We will discuss, among many other things, what makes a good virtual fundraiser and what makes a good physical fundraiser. We will talk about the importance of hybrid and also throw out some of our favourite fundraising ideas.

 

Charity Digital Content Editor, Ioan Marc Jones, is joined by three esteemed colleague, Laura Stanley (Content Lead), Lisa Chomette (Business Development Manager), and Stewart Barber (Client Account Specialist) to discuss their thoughts on fundraising ideas.

 

Listen to the Podcast here. 

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