Your church is one of the most important places in your community. You attend services there, everyone gets together there, the youth group uses it as a meeting place, and any number of activities and club functions happen there. In fact, the church is such an important part of our lives that we want to do whatever we can to help out when the church is in need.
This is why church fundraisers are so important – you organize a fundraiser in the hopes that you can help keep all those wonderful and important activities going for the foreseeable future. But hosting a church fundraiser in a time of crisis can be a little intimidating if this is your first time to organize one, or if you know that a lot is riding on your success. You may be worried about what will happen if things don’t go as well as you hope.
But ironically, it is that kind of attitude that won’t help your chances at all. You need to turn things around and look at them from a positive standpoint – that this is a perfect opportunity to show how teamwork and church fundraisers in the right context can lead to great success and continued strength for your church.
Attitude is everything with fundraising. Positive attitudes are contagious, so the more you can push onto everyone the idea that you’re headed toward success, the more people will start to believe it, and as the energy of the group snowballs, the more likely that success will be. Looking at fundraisers in the right way will help you get motivated about what you are doing, and help your chances of success greatly.
So always consider your church fundraisers in the way that you would any other activity you look forward to – don’t complain about them, because church fundraisers are the key that will help you open the door to financial success for the church.