Karen’s Unexpected Minor, Major and Mega Gifts Attraction Review
Unlock the Power of First Impressions with Quick Impressions
This service focuses on one of two levels of unexpected gift activities available to nonprofits.* Attraction activities enhance fundraising and management, but their main goal is to convince donors and funders to arrive on your threshold with a gift in hand.
Quick Impressions (QI) pay off when prospective donors or funders actively seek philanthropic activities. It answers the question, what passive activities can we do to help investors to know we’re the ones? QI ensures that offer supporters, who decide on their own, where to invest what they need to pick you 24-7.
The program springs from my 2014 book, 7 Nonprofit Incomes Steams, after which I began to explore the eighth stream, unexpected revenue. QI is based on my work and research into 1,000+ nonprofits.
QI is about removing barriers, ensuring nonprofits are competitive compared to peers getting large gifts, confidential data gathering, and expert objectivity. People often discover stuff no one else will tell them or knows to say. It’s designed to clean up the obvious surface level that might discourage donors, funders, and even investors from investing.