GROWING YOUR OWN: The P-E-O Champion Development Strategy At Work

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GROWING YOUR OWN: The P-E-O Champion Development Strategy At Work

Where do we find major donors? How do we get more people at our events? 

How do we attract new donors and engage the ones we have?

What do we do…next?


The path to answering each of those questions is the same:  you need a comprehensive champion development strategy.  At Mission Increase Foundation, our champion development strategy is called P-E-O (Participation – Engagement – Ownership).  It’s so much a part of our biblical approach to fundraising that it shows up in every workshop and it’s our most central coaching and consulting topic. 

 
That’s because when ministries fully deploy P-E-O, we see giving increase and we see leaders and givers experiencing joy and working together to multiply their impact on the cause.
 
In this Mission Increase Foundation national webinar, MIF’s Oregon area director, Kevin Whitman, will break down the P-E-O champion development strategy and show real ministry examples of how it is transforming ministries around the United States.

  • For ministry leaders new to Mission Increase: this webinar is an ideal kick-start to understanding our biblical approach to fundraising.
  • For ministry leaders who’ve been working with Mission Increase for a while: this webinar will offer new inspiration and will be an excellent opportunity to get board members, new staff members and volunteers up to speed on this strategy.

This one-hour webinar will be a great one to join as a team!  Register today!

 




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