Face To Face Charity Fundraising Tips Face to face fundraising is one of the oldest and strongest methods to raise funds for your charity. This kind of activity includes fundraising on the street, by going door-to-door or by targeting a specific venue such as a mall or corporate tech park. All these approaches hinge on physically communicating with potential donors about your non-profit’s cause and motivating them to make a donation. As tough as this sounds, face to face charity fundraising
Street Fundraising Stopping Techniques Street fundraising bridges the gap between your non-profit and donors by actively engaging regular people on a personal basis. As much of this activity happens during the course of a regular day, time is of the essence. Experienced street fundraising professionals know this and are constantly aiming to convince and convert a potential donor quickly towards your organisation’s cause. Such trained pros are adept at street fundraising stopping techniques which ensure that your NGO makes the best
Street Fundraising – How to Get Attention Street fundraising is the most personal form of raising funds for your charity. Interacting with potential donors on a grassroots level is a crucial aspect of this activity. As a non-profit, street fundraising can generate a significant share of funds for your cause provided it is implemented effectively. At Direct Dialogue Initiatives India, we take pride in offering end-to-end professional services to your NGO. Our trained street fundraising professionals are adept at attracting one-time
Street Fundraising Rules – Laws and Norms Street fundraising is still an upcoming trend in India. The sheer numbers of working adults in the country makes the ground fertile for your non-profit organisation to attract interested persons towards your cause through trained street fundraising professionals. However, there are a few street fundraising rules you should remember before soliciting donations on Indian streets. Labour Laws In India, there are not many laws that define a specific roadmap for charities to follow while
Street Fundraising Tips Street fundraising requires a dedicated team of trained professionals who understand your NGO’S cause and are able to persuade potential donors on your behalf. At DDII, street fundraisers undergo an intensive training process that includes practice sessions before hitting the streets. However, there’s nothing better than practical experience for a fundraising professional to be more effective. Here are six key street fundraising tips for fundraising professionals: Knowing Who to Stop Street fundraising is all about making observations about
Effective Direct Dialogue Fundraising for Your NGO In the world of fundraising, few campaigns are as personally connected to your donor audience than direct dialogue fundraising. Also known as Street Fundraising, these campaigns are designed to engage with a large number of casual donors that prove to be cost-effective in the long-term. Direct dialogue fundraising in India often makes use of professional teams, who stand at busy public spaces such as markets and private venues in an effort to attract donations
Face to Face Fundraising for NGOs in India Face to face fundraising in India can be both challenging and exciting. With a large demographic of internet users, the average educated citizen in India is tuned in to various social and environmental issues. It’s great if your charity is able to engage masses towards your cause on social media. However, meeting potential donors in person through face to face fundraising is an effective long-term strategy when it comes to raising funds for
India is a diverse economy fuelled by a blooming population of young working professionals and traditional businesses. Barring the remote Himalayan states, there’s no lack of people on India’s streets, especially in its metros. Such a situation makes street fundraising a highly feasible option for nonprofits looking to raise funds through direct communication with potential donors. All of us at some point in life have been approached by fundraisers (often young people) to contribute towards a social cause. It could be
Sustainability of a civil society organisation depends on many things – the organisation’s strategy, its people, values, ethos and long term vision. Financial security also plays an important role in its sustainability; and to pursue these an organisation may depend on high-net-worth individuals, corporate funding, foundation grants, government support, Individual funding etc.
Bengaluru, 1 March 2017: Today, Direct Dialogue Initiatives India Pvt. Ltd. (DDII) – incorporated on 19 October, 2016 – came into operation with the first batch of its staff. DDII is a new ethical fundraising company that will engage citizens and garner their support for cause-based civil society organisation clients.