Episode 9: Elizabeth Anderson on Creating a Successful and Unique Fundraising Program

March 26, 2019

by: Sheela Nimishakavi

If you could dream up your perfect fundraising program, what would that look like?

Would it bring in consistent revenue?

Would it be fun and engaging for donors?

And would this perfect fundraising program be run mostly by volunteers?

If this sounds like your dream, then you are in for a treat today!

The Junior League of Richmond has managed to create a winning combination of donor engagement, unique fundraising events, consistent revenue AND the majority of the work is done by volunteers. This isn’t a fluke, though. They have been intentional about creating such a program.

Find out how by listening to this episode!

BTW- in this conversation we chat about creating unique fundraising events that fit your target audience… sound familiar? Yep I went into great detail about this in episode 7. Check it out HERE.

For more information about the Junior League of Richmond click HERE.

To buy tickets to the upcoming Book and Author Event click HERE.

For more information about the Association of Junior Leagues International click HERE.


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