Don’t Fundraise Alone: How to Get Your Board Involved

I help nonprofit leaders to lead with vision, not fear.

 

What role does fear play?

 

Fear says, “I can’t change my board.”

 

How about a vision?

 

Vision says, “My board wants to grow, and I’d be remiss not to show them how they’ll win when they get involved in raising funds.”

 

So, using your vision, how will you engage your board in resource development? 

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0:00 All alone and tired?

00:23 Your board, your leaders

00:45 Vision: What do you want?

01:25 Vision: What’s your board’s vision?

01:51 Get it in writing, make a creed

02:13 An example creed

O2:25 You can do it!

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If you’d like to know more about better ways to work with your board, please don’t hesitate to set up a time to talk. I’d love to partner with you and your board to deliver more money into your budget.

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