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Can schools effectively fundraise this school year? Many parent groups are wondering if it’s possible and even appropriate to raise funds considering an economic recession and the prevalence of virtual, hybrid, and on-campus learning across the country.

As part of the National PTA’s Learning Lab webinar series, Boosterthon’s President, Stephen Murray, shared with parent groups across the country the bad news, the good news, and the right framework to effectively fundraising during these times and in the future.

It’s not only possible to fundraise, it’s critical to fundraise this year—and schools are doing it successfully, even in the current climate.

Through Stephen’s own experience on his children’s school board, non-profit boards, and of course, as Boosterthon’s President, he shares a 5-step framework that helps parent groups and schools better strategically fundraise. The pandemic has made fundraising plans foggy for schools. Use this framework to give you and your board clarity, so you can make better decisions.

In this video you’ll take away . . .

  • A 5-Step Fundraising Framework you can use immediately
  • Key insights and best practices Boosterthon has learned after serving 800 clients this Fall
  • Downloadable fundraising checklist to help you plan for and determine the right fundraiser for your school

 

As Stephen says,

“The pursuit of a good cause will always outpace your present resources.”

And schools have a bigger cause than ever—giving students the best education possible, with more obstacles than ever before.

Thank you to the National PTA for allowing us to share our insights to better help schools raise funds during this important school year—and beyond.

Ready to learn more about an effective fundraiser that works during these times and beyond? We’ve love to chat!

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