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Become a Giving Ambassador
Individual Giving Campaign Dates: April 11-May 4, 2017
East Bay Gives Giving Day Date: May 4, 2017
Giving Ambassador Prep Webinar: April 4, 2017, 1-2pm
Campaign Website: www.eastbaygives.org/calsac
CalSAC’s Collective Goal: $10,000
Giving Ambassadors’ Individual Goal: $250+
CalSAC’s spring Individual Giving Campaign will take place in partnership with East Bay Gives, a giving
day designed to support non-profit organizations based in the East Bay, Silicon Valley and San Francisco.
While the specific giving day of East Bay Gives will take place May 4, 2017, CalSAC will be fundraising
through the month of April, culminating the campaign on May 4.

SIGN UP HERE
Top 5 Reasons to Become a Giving Ambassador







You’re part of the CalSAC community: You feel connected to CalSAC. You’re part of the
community that guides CalSAC’s direction and informs its innovation, and you feel responsible
for also helping to raise the funds needed to keep the organization moving forward.
Paying it forward: You want to make sure the CalSAC program(s) that made a difference in your
life continue for the next generation of out-of-school time professionals.
You can build (or hone) a new skill set in fundraising: Invaluable experience for anyone who
aims to make change in the world.
You want to feel inspired: The collective effort supporting a cause you care about with people
you care about is a unique and uplifting experience.
You’ve been angling for one of those cool CalSAC sweatshirts: Your chance is finally here! All
Giving Ambassadors who raise at least $250 will receive a CalSAC sweatshirt as a small token of
thanks.

Giving Ambassador Resources:






Customizable personal fundraising page
that you can send out to family and friends
to get them excited about CalSAC.
Email and social media templates – Work
with existing language to customize a
message to ask your family and friends to
give.
Training webinar – Follow step-by-step
directions to set up your fundraising page
and learn best practices for how to reach
out to others asking for donations.



1-on-1 support – CalSAC staff will be available to help throughout the campaign – from technical
support to troubleshooting throughout the campaign to ensure your success.

Frequently Asked Questions:
I’ve never fundraised before – I’m not sure I’ll be skilled enough to do it.
No experience is needed to have success – promise! We’ll give you all the tools you need to tell your
story and engage potential donors. We’ll also take you through a step-by-step process for how to ask
for donations and provide support and troubleshooting along the way.
It feels “icky” to ask people for money.
At first, many people feel uncomfortable asking friends, colleagues and family to make a donation.
There can be many reasons for this, including societal pressures that suggest that asking others for
money is greedy or something only a certain kind of person can do. At CalSAC we think about asking
people to donate as an opportunity to get them involved and to engage them with a cause that matters
to them. People are often honored to be asked to support and excited to be doing something impactful
and constructive with their money. Your friends and family will also be excited to support you in
something you care about. The most uncomfortable time to ask someone to donate is the first time: if
you take the leap and try, you’ll likely find that people are eager to support you and a good cause.
I’m not sure who I should ask or how to create a contact list.
We’ll talk about how to create a strong contact prospecting list in the webinar – it’s best to think about
the different groups you are involved with – at school, at work, friends, family – and start building a
contact list from there. Once you start brainstorming, the names will begin to flow!
I don’t think I can raise as much as $250.
No problem – do what you can. Everything counts! We suggest that you keep the goal of $250 – if your
friends and family know that you have a specific goal, they’re more likely to donate and donate at a
higher amount. “Reach for the moon: even if you miss, you’ll land among the stars.”
I can’t make the webinar date but still want to participate.
Great! We’ll be recording the webinar, so you can view it at anytime. Make sure you sign up to be a
Giving Ambassador so we know to send you the link when it’s ready.


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