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If you’re looking to build your organization’s capacity for fundraising, a case for funding is a great place to start. This document provides you with broiler plate language you can use for all sorts of fundraising and marketing purposes (see step 8) and can keeps your language consistent and organized for easier and more successful fundraising.
It’s important for nonprofits to have diverse sources of funding, but how can you keep your story straight when requesting funds from multiple sources? What if your resources for fundraising are limited? What if you don’t want to start from scratch every time?
The key is having a case for funding.
As the non-profit sector is continuing to put a heavier emphasis on evaluation, many organizations are finding ways to prove their numbers served and services delivered. While most organizations have an overall "vision" or end-goal to reach, those impacts can be difficult to measure. How do you get from measuring the number of people you serve to proving the change you make in the community?