How to Ask for Donations for a Fundraiser

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When holding a fundraiser, the way to ask for donations is to make the vision clear so that people understand the reason that they should donate their money. Reiterate the values of a fundraiser with help from an associate pastor in this free video on fundraiser donations.

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Are you in the midst of a fundraiser or needing to ask for donations? Are you wondering how do I ask for donations for this particular fundraiser? Well it is just like anything. The first thing you need to do is simply make the vision clear. Make it so people understand what your main focus is. A lot of times I think we in organizations can simply take it for granted and just think that people know all there is to know about our organization, all there is to know about why we need the funds that we are trying to raise so I think it is important to let people know who you are if they don't already but to reiterate your values or core beliefs and who you are and what it is that you are trying to do. People will be much more apt and willing to give when they know what you are about without any questions asked. Be open, be very clear about your mission and what it is that you believe that you have been called to do and once you have made that clear, once you have made your mission clear to people simply ask, simply give people an opportunity to give unto what you feel would be a good opportunity for them. See people need to know what are they going to get out of this, what is it to them, why should they give to your particular organization, why should they give to your fundraising? So as a coordinator of the fundraiser, as an overseer it is your opportunity to show them how it is going to impact their life, how it is going to help them by helping other people.

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