• Jodie Withnell

Fundraising: How to get the most out of your members/volunteers

Set a target and let everyone know what that is

Give each member a goal

Be specific on your fundraising expectations

Give realistic deadlines

Provide flexibility for your members where possible

Provide an incentive or reward for the highest fundraiser

Use the skill sets of each member

Divide tasks up that are time consuming

Use the principle "the money raised comes off your own individual bill"

Hold regular meetings to discuss how your fundraising event is going

Remind your members of the end goal and target

Choose fundraisers that everyone can be involved in regardless of age or qualification so you can share the load

Provide smaller goals that are achievable so you can see that the work being done is helping you achieve your end target

Say Thank you

Happy Fundraising!

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