La Salle Nonprofit Center

Creating Campaign Feasibility Studies that Really Make Your Case

Posted on January 22, 2018

A fundraising feasibility study is the essential first step in laying the foundation for a successful major fundraising campaign for your organization. An objective, comprehensive, well-planned and executed survey of your key constituencies assesses the likelihood of a successful project and provides vital information to develop the strategies of an informed campaign needed for a successful outcome. By answering essential questions, this study should provide both the necessary focus and momentum for your project.

In addition to assessing fundraising potential, a feasibility study may also reveal previously unidentified problems in the organization, providing valuable information for decisions regarding new programs, mergers and other critical concerns. This webinar will ensure that you understand the role and value of feasibility studies so that you can make an effective case for the process among key decision-makers. After reviewing the steps involved in any study, how it should be done and by whom, you will be better equipped to effectively use the information it reveals. You will understand that even if the results of a feasibility study indicate insufficient support for a potential campaign, it can yield specific action steps that can be taken to improve your future ability to fundraise and be a stronger and more resilient organization.

When: February 21, 2018, noon to 1:30 pm

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