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Revision as of 02:24, 11 August 2018

Fundraising Tasks

List of homework

Description SK says it best People Interested Works in progress
Set up a fundraising database "Noisebridge should acquire and use a starter donor database product, such as Little Green Light, and transfer all donor information available to that product. All new donations should be entered or transferred to the database weekly." 1-2? Rebecca
Create the "Clear Plan" document: rent version "The first step in raising money for a new home will be to come to an agreement about what that home should look like. Clear financial modeling will be needed to apply for money from institutional funders and for large donations from individuals."

"should include (1) cost of acquisition, improvements and move, and (2) an annual operating budget for the new space."

3? Eric, John Shutt, Lady Red Pretty early Rent plan --

includes copy/paste from Noisebridge_Space_Program, Finances, and SK docs + feedback from John regarding targeting a larger building size. Next question: how do we make this sustainable?

Create the "Clear Plan" document: buy version "The first step in raising money for a new home will be to come to an agreement about what that home should look like. Clear financial modeling will be needed to apply for money from institutional funders and for large donations from individuals."

"should include (1) cost of acquisition, improvements and move, and (2) an annual operating budget for the new space."

3? John Shutt
Create the "Case statement" "A classic case statement creates a clear understanding around the basics of the organization and the campaign, and can be used as material for creating proposals to corporations, foundations and government funders. Some organizations accrete the components of a case by writing proposals for funding, then assemble these into a master document." 3? John Shutt, Nick Holloway
Corporate support -- who can we solicit from, who are we willing to solicit from, etc. "Start compiling a list of foundations to research and secure guidelines. Our list can be a start. Be ready to make application as soon as you have formalized your campaign plan." 3? Rebecca
Create an individual donors plan "As you develop your capital campaign plan, you will need to develop leadership giving levels with appropriate benefits such as inclusion on donor walls, naming rights for physical spaces (doesn’t have to be named after the donor), or other perks. 3? Eric, James (mindfu) Individual Donor Plan
Leadership group "Noisebridge should form a capital campaign committee to lead the process of raising money. The committee should have at least one chair, preferably two or more co-chairs, and subcommittee heads with specific areas of responsibility such as individual donors, government relations, foundations, and corporate donors. This list is not prescriptive and should not be used as a checklist. Noisebridge will have to develop a model that is right for you." SK says 6-9 John Shutt, Rebecca
Willing to help, but no specific interest
  • James (mindfu)