Asking With Confidence, Courage and Conviction

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Asking With Confidence, Courage and Conviction
Habits and Skills for Major Giving

Asking for major gifts isn’t always a natural conversation. We understand that even the most seasoned fundraising professional can feel awkward or unsure.  And that's only been amplified by the rise of virtual communication. Even in a season of change, our conviction that giving is good for the giver remains constant.

Mission Increase’s major gifts workshop will equip you to invite champions to participate in the work God has called you to do together. Whether your meetings are virtual or in person, you will leave with practical tools and habit-forming skills to help you:

  • Find the strength and words to ask courageously.
  • Develop disciplines for confidently communicating impact and stewardship.
  • Determine who to ask, when to ask and what to ask for.
  • Create accountability for getting the meetings you've been avoiding and properly preparing for purposeful connection.

Mission Increase’s Transformational Giving principle six says, "The liberating nature of generosity means inviting champions to give is a sacred task." You can invite and receive gifts in a way that “will result in thanksgiving to God” (2 Corinthians 9:11b). You will discover that fundraising is a joyful calling.

This workshop will benefit anyone who interacts with your champions, especially major gifts staff, executive directors, board members and volunteers. If you or anyone on your team has been apprehensive about asking for gifts, register today.






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