Ride A Tiger! How To Raise €5.5 Million A Year Without A Strategic Plan And Enjoy It

2017_TomasVyhnalek“Fundraising is like riding on the back of a falling tiger. Or surfing a big wave,” says one of the great fundraisers of our region – Tomáš Vyhnálek from People in Need. There are countless opportunities for fundraisers in the CEE region and it’s down to each of us to catch the right wave or the right tiger.

In 2016 People in Need raised €5.5 million from private sources with a return on investment (ROI) of 1:15. Regular donors, donor recruitment and donor care form the basis for this success. In 10 years, the amount of regular donors has grown from 1,800 to 23,000 and this year the organization expects to receive €3 million in donations.

Tomáš will be offering another CEE Fundraising Conference interactive masterclass, sharing the key elements behind the organisation’s success and taking you through campaigns that have been run by People in Need. Tomáš will give presentations about their donor cycle and successful lead generation and he will explain why, surprisingly, People in Need does not have a strategic plan.

Come and take part in this inspiring masterclass full of information and experience sharing. Learn from great fundraisers in our region and together explore the market opportunities that lie ahead of you, identify potential obstacles and discover the recipe for your own success.logo_cee_conference_2_200_80

More information about masterclasses at: http://www.ceefundraising.org/masterclasses, #CEEFC

Join us at the CEE Fundraising Conference and learn in depth about fundraising success!

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