Thank you for participating in the Financial Resilience Training Program brought to you by Network for Good and the Jumpstart Fundraising Team! 

Session Recap

Session 1 - Financial Resilience Plan:
Building a financial resilience plan will allow your organization to overcome any crisis. A financial resilience plan allows you to assess funding gaps, create right size fundraising, and prioritize existing donors.

Session 2 - Communications Plan:
A strong communications plan in place will allow you to stay in touch with your supporters through any crisis. 

Session 3 - Fundraising Appeals:
Having the right message and using a multi-channel strategy in your fundraising appeals is imperative to making the right outreach to your supporters. 

Session 4 - Storytelling: 
Sharing impactful and meaningful stories will allow you to develop more thoughtful relationships with your donors.

Jumpstart Fundraising Overview

Financial Resilience Training Session Materials
Please note: For the homework assignments, an excel spreadsheet will automatically begin downloading. If you don't see the spreadsheet in your downloads folder, please make sure your pop-ups are disabled and try again!
Don't forget to submit your homework to [email protected]

Session 1: Financial Resilience Plan

Session 2: Communications Plan

Session 3: Fundraising Appeals

Next Steps 

Complete your homework assignments

Submit your homework to: [email protected] to receive personal feedback. You will be entered to win a free 60 minute one-on-one coaching session!

Take the Fundraising Needs Assessment

Determine your eligibility to secure funding for the Jumpstart Fundraising Program. The assessment should only take 10 minutes!

Thank the foundation that invited you

Show your appreciation and share your key takeaways with the foundations that referred you to this training! 


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“This grant was truly one of the best opportunities we have had at Seton House. Thanks to Andrea's coaching, I was able to encourage our board to move from seeking funding for building to seeking funding for our programming. It also saved me so much time having templates like the 12-month planning template because I would spend hours fusing about how to start. I hope other organizations will have the chance to make a significant difference in building sustainability through the use of Network for Good and individual coaching."

Dianna Frey
Seton House
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