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.
Camp Tour Worksheet
Seven questions to ensure you organize/lead an effective camp tour.
Create Your Own Story
Questions and guidelines to help you discover and develop your stories.
JCamp 180 Conference Workshop - What's Your Story Handout
Handout from Natasha's "What's Your Story" session at the November 2009 JCamp 180 Conference. Includes a variety of resources about creating and telling great stories.
The 10 Immutable Laws of Storytelling
Use these 10 Laws of Storytelling (from Storytelling as Best Practice by Andy Goodman) to create stories for camp promotions to fundraising…and beyond.
Sample Invitation - Camp Ramah in the Berkshires
Sample Invitation - URJ Eisner & Crane Lake
Sample Workflow for Summer Invite Followup - Camp Eisner & Crane Lake
Sample Camp Visit Agenda - Camp Ramah in the Berkshires
Sample Point of Entry Agenda (Group Cultivation visit)
Sample Follow-up Thank You Letter - Camp Ramah in the Berkshires
Sample Shabbat Dinner Certificate - URJ Camp Kalsman
Show and Tell: Successful Camp Visits for Donors and Prospects from Harold Grinspoon Foundation on Vimeo.
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