Can you raise money without telling a story?
Donors give based on the stories you tell. Discovering and collecting your best stories is vital for raising more money. Better stories also help keep your donors engaged longer.
Stories make donors feel good.
Unlike buying something at a store, when a donor gives you her money, she gets no physical “thing” in return. What she does get in return is a story …a story she can tell herself and others.
A story is proof that she did something wonderful in the world.
In a way, stories are a form of currency.
Because each donor is different, you’ll benefit from having a library of stories. You’ll be able to appeal to a variety of donors. By making sure you have fresh stories to share, your current donors will stay engaged longer.
This handy little field guide and journal is small enough to fit in your pocket. But don’t let the size fool you. This little book is a powerful tool for helping you, your staff, and your volunteers find and collect engaging stories.
Here’s the Table of Contents:
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size: 3.5" x 5", 32 pages
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