Nonprofit fundraising is never easy, but it’s a special kind of difficult for tiny, all volunteer organizations. The people responsible for fundraising in these organizations generally have little or no experience or training to support their efforts. It’s also difficult to teach themselves the skills they need since fundraising training resources tend to focus on organizations with professional staff and a donor base far beyond their own.
Therefore, I’m always excited to see examples of tiny organizations coming up with creative ways to start raising the money they need to move up into the “small nonprofit” category.
This is one of those stories. Continue reading