Starting and building any nonprofit organization requires fundraising. While the hope is that there will be a flood of donations and countless individuals joining in support of your cause, significant contributions are not likely to happen until your organization is well established, has success stories, and builds credibility.
To succeed it’s imperative to employ a team of volunteers and engage them in an ongoing fundraising plan. The success of the team will depend on training, motivation, and reward. For many nonprofits, fundraising is daunting. Raising money when much of the nation is struggling financially can be even more challenging, but you shouldn’t lose hope!
Fundraising for New Nonprofits
Fundraising is one of the most challenging aspects of any nonprofit undertaking. It takes a lot of time and effort, and many do not know where to start in the process. You have a great mission, but how do you rally others to your cause? Let BryteBride Nonprofit Solutions help!
We provide tools, templates, tips, and fundraising education to jump-start your fundraising and introduce you to the world of donor development. Our Fundraising Support are comprehensive solutions for nonprofits with fewer than five years of operational experience needing extra education, support and assistance getting their fundraising efforts off the ground.
What Comes with Our Fundraising Support For Nonprofits?
Frequently Asked Questions
Nonprofit consultants bring experience, expertise, and objectivity to nonprofit development programs and campaigns. A skilled professional offers recommendations to help improve your development program, encourages new ways of thinking that will help you get better results, and developed tools and materials that are easy for your staff and volunteers to implement.
In many states, yes. With a few exceptions, often states allow nonprofits to register to begin solicitation without having received a 501(c)(3) determination. As long as your 501(c)(3) is pending or providing you apply for your 501(c)(3) in a timely fashion, once the 501(c)(3) status is approved, all contributions received from the date of incorporation will be tax exempt and tax deductible. To learn more, please see our state requirements page or contact your state for more details.
We complete most fundraising services within 5-10 business days from the time we receive the client discovery questionnaire.
We expect the client to be clear and upfront about the organization’s situation, objectives, and challenges. Candid feedback, open communication, and realistic expectations are also important. Our representatives will provide invaluable tools and resources, as well as information on how the tools are best implemented. We simply expect your full dedication to their implementation if you wish to experience the greatest return.
No. Our trained fundraising representatives are resources available to you who will create tools for your use, and provide education on how to undertake various fundraising techniques. We do not directly raise funds for you or relieve key staff and volunteers of their fundraising responsibilities. We will provide you the education, fishing pool and tacklebox, but it will be up to you and your team to do the fishing.
We encourage you to begin by contacting our consultants to share more about your organization so we can best guide you. This will give us the information necessary to make the best recommendation in regards to the most appropriate services to meet your needs. Once a service is selected, a short client discovery questionnaire will be sent and a telephone interview will be scheduled. During the interview your annual fundraising plans will be discussed, and you’ll receive details on the specific tools you’ve selected. Some services may require several follow-up contacts between the consultant and client to ensure that you have a full understanding of how the tools you’re provided can be most effectively utilized.