If you are looking for a nonprofit fundraising agency to help with your faith-based organization’s needs, there are several critical factors to keep in mind.
What to Look for in a Nonprofit Fundraising Agency
Here are four key things to look for in a nonprofit fundraising agency.
A focus on your mission
The nonprofit fundraising agency you partner with should share your commitment to your organization’s mission. They should be able to provide evidence of their success in helping other nonprofits achieve their goals. Be sure to ask about their specific experience working with faith-based organizations.
A proven track record
Choose an agency that has a proven track record of success in raising funds for nonprofits. Ask for references from past clients and check out online reviews.
A personalized approach
Your nonprofit is unique, so you’ll want an agency that takes a personalized approach to fundraising. They should be able to tailor their services to meet your specific needs, from strategic planning to execution and evaluation. For example, if you’re looking to raise money for a new building project, they should have experience with capital campaigns.
A commitment to transparency
Make sure the nonprofit fundraising agency you work with is committed to transparency. You should have access to all financial reports and records. The agency should also be willing to answer any questions you have about their work on your behalf. This includes questions about how they are spending your donations.
How M&M International Can Help
When you partner with a nonprofit fundraising agency that meets these criteria, you can rest assured that they will help you achieve your goals and further your mission. M&M International is such an agency. We have a proven track record of success in raising funds for nonprofits, and we take a personalized approach to each of our clients. We are also committed to transparency and will always keep you informed about our work on your behalf.
Contact us today to learn more about how we can help you achieve your fundraising goals.