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Trying to find the best fundraiser or fundraising ideas for your group or organization? The Fundraising Network, a.k.a. "TFN", is a network of web sites designed solely for the purpose of helping you find the perfect fundraiser for your group!

We have assembled some of the best tips, tricks, and ideas from the best fundraising minds to help you right here on Browse the categories on the left for information about different types of fundraising. On each page,

  1. we have articles filled with fundraising tips for fundraisers and fundraising ideas that will help you raise the most money while having the most fun you can have doing a fundraiser.
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The Importance of Feasability When Raising Mega Bucks

Without question, the most important step in preparing for a campaign is to conduct a thorough and objective feasibility study.

The plans and goals are presented in confidence to a carefully selected cross-section of the community, and these individuals are asked for their candid evaluations. A sense of organization and professionalism is established from the beginning, which instills confidence in the donor community. This study often uncovers positive factors, which have not been stressed by the institution, but are perceived as strengths by the community. Occasionally, negative factors appear as well, and countering efforts can be planned in time to avoid damage to the campaign.

A properly conducted feasibility study can tell you not only if your objectives are realistic, but also how you can achieve them. It should determine the ultimate dollar goal; set the time frame for the campaign; identify potential leadership and major gifts; test the case for support and serve as the starting point in the marketing of your campaign to prospective donors and volunteers. In addition to these issues, the assessment will address questions of program coordination, staffing, budget, print materials and related institutional activities such as special events and public relations.


Week 1 - If no case statement exists, a document that outlines the organization's needs must be drawn up.


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Top 10 Tips For Fundraising Success
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Get Your Fundraiser Noticed
The popular saying "if you build it they will come" may be wishful thinking so don't assume that everyone will find out about your fundraiser. Make sure you get the word out ahead of time and make it as visible as possible. Here are four ideas to get you started.

How to Reach Your Fundraising Financial Goals
These simple tips will help you to maximize your profits.