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A STANDARD FUNDRAISING APPROACH

Organizations invite prospective donors to a fund-raising dinner. A silent auction is started with appetizers and cocktails. During dinner, a speaker from the organization discusses the charity, and a keynote speaker may convey some of their experiences to entertain the crowd. After, the larger items are live auctioned away..... Much success has been found through this approach, but it may not fully maximize the potential return on your invested efforts.

Though many guests are invested in the cause, many may not fully understand the situation and it's needs. Banners and a speaker about your cause will seldom fully engage a contributor. Our experience has shown significant improvement in their understanding through well-crafted, cinematic video creation.

 

AN IMPROVED APPROACH

A properly crafted video clearly shows the reality of the situation, and prospective improvements provided by the organization. Guests are now involved in a solid organization's quest, and ready to contribute even more so!! Be aware that there are many who can make a video for you to use. However, is all your effort worth the risk of an ineffective piece. A few dollars in savings isn't worth the risk of being ineffective, and losing this year's only opportunity to sway potential contributors.


Curious about actual results??

Once, a very good keynote speaker at one specific charity event in Knoxville was followed with a standard "cash auction" segment (when guests simply donate to the cause without purchasing any actual item). $6,900 was collected that year, and this was considered a good result for them. However, at the following year's event JEKO IMAGERY presented a moving video and the cash raised in this segment alone was $15,900. THAT WAS MORE THAN DOUBLE THE PREVIOUS YEAR'S CONTRIBUTIONS!!! Furthermore, the intake for large auction items were also exceptional, and the end result was fantastic for their fund-raising.

 

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