Show and Tell: Successful Camp Visits for Donors and Prospects
On Tuesday, April 27th, JCamp 180 Mentor Natasha Dresner led a discussion about how to plan and implement successful camp visits. Do you struggle to schedule effective camp visits for your major donors and prospects? Are your visits well-run and do they yield real results? Bringing prospects and donors to camp can be a powerful way to build and foster relationships. Natasha discussed the nuts and bolts of planning for, running, and following up on successful camp visits.
The presentation and a recording of the Webinar itself are available below.
ResourcesShow and Tell: Successful Camp Visits for Donors and Prospects PowerPoint
This presentation covers how camps can plan for, run, and follow-up on successful camp visits for donors and prospects.
Camp Tour Worksheet - Download
Seven questions to ensure you organize/lead an effective camp tour.
Create Your Own Story - Download
Questions and guidelines to help you discover and develop your stories.
Grinspoon Institue Workshop - What's Your Story Handout - Download
Handout from Natasha's "What's Your Story" session at the November 2009 Grinspoon Institute Conference. Includes a variety of resources about creating and telling great stories.
The 10 Immutable Laws of Storytelling - Download
Use these 10 Laws of Storytelling (from Storytelling as Best Practice by Andy Goodman) to create stories for camp promotions to fundraising…and beyond.
- Camp Ramah in the Berkshires - Download
Sample Invitation - URJ Eisner & Crane Lake - Download
Sample Workflow for Summer Invite Followup - Camp Eisner & Crane Lake - Download
Sample Camp Visit Agenda - Camp Ramah in the Berkshires - Download
Sample Point of Entry Agenda (Group Cultivation visit) - Download
Sample Follow-up Thank You Letter - Camp Ramah in the Berkshires - Download
Sample Shabbat Dinner Certificate - Camp Kalsman - Download
Watch "Show & Tell" Webinar Recording