We can finally work together — so call me!

I’ve spent nearly all of my almost 30 years in fundraising working at fundraising agencies (most recently TrueSense Marketing.

If you wanted to work with me, you had to hire the agency I worked for.

Which was problematic, because unless your organization is fairly large, you can’t afford that level of service. Or you already have an agency. Or you do all that stuff without an agency.

In any case, you and I existed on opposites sides of a sort of Grand Canyon.

Not any more!

We can work together now. Here’s how:

Moceanic now offers four Coaching+ courses for smart fundraisers at organizations like yours. Coaching+ is a powerful new way for us to connect in a way that will take you to amazing new places at a shockingly affordable cost. It works like this:

I deliver useful, proven material on a topic that can help you and your organization grow — in a webinar-like setting (usually with a few people at your organization), but with one important difference: We can see each other and talk directly throughout. And I customize the material for your needs. We connect by the web (no travel costs!) — but otherwise, it’s like we’re sitting together, working on your challenges.

And, best of all, we work on projects. You walk away with important projects actually done!

I’ve been doing this with some great organizations the last few months, and it’s powerful. And fun!

The Coaching+ topics available now:

  • Irresistible Communications for Great Nonprofits. An in-depth look at the ways nonprofits connect with donors and others — how it’s different from other kinds of communication and the main things you need to know about fundraising and other communications
  • Hyper-Accelerate Your Direct Mail. A step-by-step walk through creating direct mail fundraising that works. Even if you’ve been around the block a few times in direct mail, these sessions will take you to new places, creatively and practically. We start with the labor-saving step of up-front planning and end with what you do after a donor responds. And you’ll learn the secrets of direct mail success.
  • The Most Powerful Communication Tool: The Supporter Connection Survey. I’ve written a lot lately about the Supporter Connection Survey (go here for a description of this Survey type). Let’s just say you really need to do a Supporter Connection Survey. Now. I can help you do it.
  • The Mid Value Donor Super Course. This is a comprehensive look at how to treat those donors who give more than most, but aren’t quite at the level where you assign major gift officers. When you do this right, there’s a lot of revenue they’re just waiting to give you. And you can really jump-start the number who upgrade their giving into the major-donor world.

I’d be thrilled to work with you and your organization on any of these topics. Sean Triner is also available for coaching+.

Interested? Have questions? Email me at jeffbrooks@moceanic.com. Or find out more at the Moceanic Coaching+ page.

Let’s talk. Now that we can!


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The future of fundraising is not about social media, online video, or SEM. It’s not about any technology, medium, or technique. It’s about donors. If you need to raise funds from donors, you need to study them, respect them, and build everything you do around them. And the future? It’s already here. More.

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Jeff Brooks has been serving the nonprofit community for more than 30 years and blogging about it since 2005. He considers fundraising the most noble of pursuits and hopes you’ll join him in that opinion. You can reach him at jeff [at] jeff-brooks [dot] com.