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I have a goal – to help you raise your part of one billion dollars for Christian ministries and community-based organizations by the year 2020. How? Through two essentials in development: vision casting and relationship building. I call this campaign “Vision 2020.” It has the potential to have a major worldwide impact on organizations.

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Raise Your Vision

How One Leader Found Significant Funding Through Relationship by Mike Stickler

August 19, 2014

You never know how folks will activate if you take the right approach and build relationships with them—if you take that right approach and say, “We want you to understand what we’re trying to do and how we’re changing the world." One of our clients was a small camp, a pretty amazing place that worked with at-risk youth. Though the camp was doing great work with these troubled teens, the director was always struggling with funding. The director regularly attended a men’s Bible study on Wednesday mornings. One of the group members was a man who was worth $100 million. Right in front of him! The director knew it, but he could never figure out how to build that relationship...

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Leader, Do You Know Your Constituents? And Do They Know Your Vision? by Mike Stickler

August 12, 2014

When it comes to fundraising, one problem that I see in ministries, whether a church or parachurch organization, is that they don’t really have a sense of who their constituents are. They don’t really have a sense of their constituents’ ability to give, their ability to support the organization, or their ability to volunteer. I’m often dumbfounded by ministries that don’t keep a database, the kind of relational database that would actually help them identify who their supporters are and what they may be able to give. Just as surprising is this: constituents often don’t really know what the ministry is trying to accomplish. They either haven’t heard the leadership’s vision for the ministry, or they haven’t bought into it....

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