Our Workshops are going LIVE! Please join us on August 25th at 1pm EST to learn from the best about how to engage in fundraising from a Catholic perspective. We will be streaming Live on Facebook!
We will be addressing these five points:
- 2-3 must know facts for anyone starting with Catholic fundraising
- What to do BEFORE you ever ask for money?
- What’s the best way to ASK?
- How to get a long-term donation?
- How to get people to say YES?
Want to ask your own questions? Attend live and we will be taking questions from the comment section. If you cannot make it live please email your questions to Alanna@catholic-link.com, I will be accepting them until Friday August 24th.
Brice Sokolowski- Founder of catholicfundraiser.net
I am not your typical fundraiser.
After enjoying a successful career in technology consulting with Accenture and PriceWaterhouseCoopers in various cities (Dallas, San Francisco, Paris, Abu Dhabi, and London) around the world, I left it to help my Catholic diocese in London, England with a fundraising campaign. The campaign went on to raise over $50 million, the largest sum ever raised for the Catholic Church in the United Kingdom.
I now reach over 30,000 Catholics each month through my website, and I wrote the only book, Alms: The Definitive Guide to the Ins and Outs of Catholic Fundraising, dedicated to teaching Catholics how to fundraise in practical steps.
You’ll find that my approach to fundraising different and effective (mostly because it’s founded in Catholic teaching). I developed it over the past few years, and it has helped me fundraise for many charities, one of which went to achieve six-figures in less than two years.
More specifically, I use the perfect blend of Catholic teaching, technology, and personal experience to attract Catholics, inspire them, and raise funds. My main source of ideas comes directly from the Catechism of the Catholic Church.
Brice is offering a free give away! He is also offering a discount on his book for our readers! Alms: The Definitive Guide to the In’s and Out’s to Catholic Fundraising.