How has Jewish Charity fundraising changed in the wake of Covid19?
With 1 in 4 people subject to restrictions on movement events have been severely impacted, but Jewish Charities still need to raise awareness and funds.
Here's a look at other viable options while face-to-face Dinners and Events are off the table .
Virtually Unmissable Events
Taking your event Online.
Many events have moved online, Zoom, Google Hangouts and others have made this easier, although not without issues!
Over in Australia, Space ran a Virtual Charity Dinner for 300 guests and whilst social options are limited this is a great way of encouraging interaction.
We believe print can really raise Jewish Charities events by adding a tactile element to keep people focused.
How to elevate your event:
Dinner Brochures – send out a smaller version of your standard Dinner brochure.
Sponsors are more likely to advertise in something physical that will be looked at again and again.
Holding something tactile will evoke the feelings of previous Dinners.
A well designed brochure adds an element of grandeur, even if people are sat on their sofa.
Personalised cards with suggested donation amounts and having a ready to use reply envelope will all dramatically increase the chance of a donation.
Online donations are increasing, but campaigns combining digital and print yield 25% higher responses than digital alone. (Source: McKinsey Development)
We can supply fully personalised pledge cards with matching addressed envelopes. We can even send them out directly for you.
“Fundraising appeals work best when there is a letter, a response form and a reply envelope. These three elements are essential to increased donations.”
The Institute of Fundraising
Reasons to Use Print with Virtual Events
Here's two of the best Jewish Charities Fundraisers we've seen during Covid19