Treasurers Notes for the Feast of Mulk/Dominion - with kid's activity
3rd quarter goal results

Fundraiser survey results

Lifeblood logoThis past summer the Office of the Treasurer sent out a survey to treasurers of Local Assemblies and Registered Groups regarding fundraisers that had occurred in the previous fiscal year. We thought you may find the results interesting. Here's what we found out:

  • Out of 177 respondents, 58.8% (or 104 people) had a fundraiser in their area for the National Fund and 41.2% (or 73 people) did not
  • Out of 96 people who did attend a fundraiser, they said the following

77.1% said the fundraiser was a source of community building and unity for the participants

66.7% said the amount raised met or exceeded expectations

65.6% said the fundraiser succeeded in creating a vibrant spirit

38.5% said most or all of the attendees of the fundraiser participated

25% said most of the community attended the fundraiser

As we near the end of the fiscal year, which is April 30, 2014, and we strive as a national community to reach our $31 million National Fund goal, we hope the fundraisers you hold will be an abiding source of unity, community vitality and joyful spirit among the believers in your communities and clusters!


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