By Staff Reports
(Victor Valley)– Attention nonprofits: Do you want to increase the number of individuals who contribute to your cause? Do you find it difficult to ask people for money? Do you want to improve your long-term sustainability?
If you answered “yes” to any or all of those questions, you should consider participating in the Give BIG San Bernardino County campaign.
Give BIG San Bernardino County is a 24-hour fundraising web-a-thon taking place May 8th, 2014 benefitting San Bernardino County nonprofit organizations. Individuals on May 8th are able to visit www.giveBIGsbcounty.org and select from a long list of participating nonprofits from which they can make their donations.
Give BIG San Bernardino County offers participating nonprofit organizations training in the use of social media, marketing, and donor cultivation. Give BIG San Bernardino County provides an opportunity for San Bernardino County nonprofit organizations to become self-sustaining entities through a stable donor base with less reliance on grant funding. Participants will fine tune their fundraising capabilities and thus benefit those they serve. Give BIG campaigns have previously occurred in Minnesota, Colorado, North Texas, Ohio, Pittsburg, Seattle, San Diego and Riverside City raising millions of dollars for participating nonprofits.
Give BIG San Bernardino County is the first countywide campaign supporting organizations that help those most in need in San Bernardino County. This campaign is made possible by generous support from the San Bernardino County Board of Supervisors and is being implemented by The Community Foundation Serving the Counties of Riverside and San Bernardino.
Nonprofit application are now available at http://www.thecommunityfoundation.net/programs-initiatives/programs/give-big-san-bernardino
Register now in order to take advantage of the in-person valuable training.
For more information on the Give BIG San Bernardino County campaign, www.giveBIGsbcounty.org
“Like” the Give BIG San Bernardino County campaign on Facebook. Follow the campaign on Twitter.