“Every man shall give as he is able, according to the blessing of the LORD your God which He has given you.” (Deuteronomy 16:17) “…Send your treasures to the heavenly storage room. Deposit your wealth in God’s Bank, distributing it to the poor, the orphans and the widows, so that you can receive a million […]
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A collection of Powerpoint presentations for Orthodox parish and organization development.
Time and again, capital campaigns prove to be the vehicle to raise significant funds and achieve unprecedented giving.
Without vision and strategy a parish will be given a default future – NOT of its own choosing. Planned giving an important vision and strategy tool.
Find guidelines to conduct your fundraising efforts here.
Learn the environment. Define your mission. Claim your space. Apply professional fundraising methodology to gather resources and build spiritual involvement.
This short introductory article gives some basic advice on planning for a major construction project and working with those who will do the construction.
Countless articles are available regarding online giving to local churches. This one seems particularly informative and helpful.
In almost every major fundraising effort undertaken by Stewardship Advocates, all the resources that were necessary for success were to be found right in the local community.
Discover how to move parishioners from casual giving to truly meaningful giving.
Learn how different economic classes view life and assign value.
Choosing the right method for the fundraising opportunity at hand.
A tool to assist in an important decision.
What are the principal components of a Orthodox parish capital campaign? How do these fit together? What should be done to prepare for a campaign?
Insights into the dynamics of a successful capital campaign.
Expert advice from one of the best at the beginning of a prospective building project.
Objective and impartial counsel on how to select an architect.
Key features of pre-construction planning.
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