May 26, 2005 by Isaac Hovet

I have been involved with several fundraisers as of late. 

I am finding that I don’t like asking people to give money…it is tough for me.  I have had some great success, but need to see more happen.

On Tuesday I learned that one of my big projects is going to require more money that I had anticipated.  This means that I am going to have to pursue sponsorship…again something that I don’t like to do…

Any tips for fundraising out there?


2 thoughts on “Fundraising

  1. Anonymous says:

    Sorry Bridger:-( I’m not very good at fundraising ideas…

  2. A.T. says:

    Nice blog. I enjoyed your comments on Barbara from CA’s site. I’d need to know more about your “project” to know if I have any advice. I do nonprofit fundraising for a living, but I’d need something more concrete to know if I have any info that would be of help.

    You can click through to my profile to email me if you like.


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