Fundraising Plan Assessment

Help impacthumanity by reviewing and strengthening their fundraising plan.
Hyattsville, MD, USA
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Posted November 20th

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What we need
  • Detailed comments and suggestions based on a thorough review of an existing fundraising plan (20 pages maximum)
  • Feedback on goals and help adjusting targets
Additional details

Blessings and gratitude!

We need a professional fundraiser to help us develop a monthly fundraising plan for 2024 starting with January. It will be for the Impact Initiatives we have throughout the year.

What we have in place
  • We currently have blueprints of our initiatives that will define the why, which should make it easy for you to get started. We also have a variety of locations and strategies, and the ability to provide any other information you need.
How this will help
This project will save us $2,044 , allowing us to allocate towards the expenses needed to fundraise monthly

This project will allow us to connect funders with the community that we collectively serve through our Impact Initiatives.

Project plan

Prep: Distribution of Materials & Goal Setting
  • Volunteer Manager shares current fundraising plan with Professional, as well as any other relevant materials (past years' financials, etc.)
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional discuss the organization's main fundraising challenges and goals
Milestone 1: Initial Review & Feedback
  • Professional reviews information received and begins to formulate ideas for strategy and improvements
  • Professional provides initial review and suggestions
Milestone 2: Final Draft Delivered
  • Professional delivers annotated fundraising plan to the Volunteer Manager
  • Volunteer Manager and Professional discuss high-level feedback and comments, including possible next steps
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About the org

Our mission

We empower underserved communities with a focus on single parent families to overcome the challenges of meeting their daily needs by advocating and supporting them in the areas of education, health, finance, and housing through collaborative partnerships with other organizations.

What we do

Programs and Services Provided:

Community Impact Day: Annual Collaborative Day of community connection and school readiness day with community resource tables, youth and family business vendors, family fun activities, and interactive fitness demonstrations. Free backpacks for kids filled with school supplies, fruit, a bottle of water, and a community resource folder.

Humanity First Distribution: Families are given free recovered groceries and diapers. Groceries are distributed by our Community Impact Ambassadors within underserved communities and local community schools twice a month. Diapers are given out once a month.

Free Impact Little Library: Community Access Points to literature and community resources through Little Libraries provided by The Little Free Library foundation. Free Impact Little Libraries are stationed in underserved communities across the D.C., MD, and VA areas.

Student Impact Closet: Students are provided with Impact kits and emergency backup uniforms. Impact Kits contain writing materials(Pencil and Notebook) and hygiene items(Including feminine products for females).

Family Resources and Advocacy Program: Families will be provided an advocate that will provide comprehensive support including job placement, educational advancement, housing assistance, financial management guidance, and holistic health resources, with a specialized focus on aiding single parent families. We have an Impact Directory of organizations that serve families outside of our capacity.

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