I’m pleased to present this audio interview with Marc Pitman.
In this one hour interview Marc shared many of his strategies
and step by step ways to get more people donating to your
cause.
Marc is the Director of the Foundation of Inland Hospital
and the Pastor of the Vineyard Church of Waterville, Maine.
Marc has coached fundraising executives and small business
owners, helping them find greater personal and organizational
success. He loves asking people for money and is fond of saying, “Fundraising is an extreme sport!”

Step 1: There was so much great information in this interview! To help you with taking notes, I’ve created a basic outline of some of the things we talked about. Click Here for the Interview WorksheetPrint this sheet out to take notes. (It is a 3 page document, with the references on the last page.)

Step 2: Listen to the Audio – Click the Arrow button to start the playback.

Running Time: 57 Minutes

To save and listen offline, right click on the links below and a small window will open. Choose “save link as” or “save target as” and choose where you will save the file to on your computer.

Interview Part 1

Interview Part 2

Interview Part 3

Step 3: Visit Marc’s website at FundraisingCoach.com to sign up for his e-zine and learn more about “Creating Donor Evangelists”.

Step 4: The most important part – Start putting into action the information presented in the program!

List of References from the Interview

The Rule of 3

AudioBook: Creating Donor Evangelists by Marc Pitman

Called to Serve: Creating and Nurturing the Effective Volunteer Board by Max De Pree

Built to Last : Successful Habits of Visionary Companies by Jim Collins, Jerry I. Porras

Creating Customer Evangelists by Ben McConnell, Jackie Huba, Guy Kawasaki

First Break All The Rules by Marcus Buckingham, Curt Coffman

Related Resources:

Ask Without Fear – Marc’s book that outlines this fundraising strategy, including practical examples. An easy to read book that you can put into practice to feel more confident asking for donations.

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Posted on 05 August 2005

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