How to Hold a Successful Giving Day for Your School

We believe that every K–12 independent and private school can run a successful giving day—and should do so at least once a year. Like with any other type of fundraising, there’s a learning curve, and we’re here to help. In the free eBook How to Hold a Successful Giving Day for Your School from fundraising guru Joe Garecht and Blackbaud K-12, we offer advice on:

  • Whether your school should run a stand-alone giving day or participate in #GivingTuesday
  • Planning a giving day
  • Marketing the event
  • Best practices for running the giving day

The eBook also features first-hand feedback from three school fundraisers who have run successful giving day campaigns on what works, and what doesn’t. Please download the eBook above to get your copy.

You may also be interested in reading The Ultimate Guide to Promoting a Day of Giving for marketing strategies to help drive fundraising success.

About the Author

Joe Garecht

Joe Garecht is a non-profit fundraising consultant, author, and speaker and the founder of Garecht Fundraising Associates and The Fundraising Authority. He has almost 20 years experience in fundraising as a development director, executive director, and consultant. As the executive director of Business Leadership Organized for Catholic Schools (BLOCS), Joe led the effort to raise $50 million in endowments for individual schools, raised $4 million yearly in scholarship funds, and modernized and professionalized the fundraising capabilities of over 175 parochial schools in the Philadelphia region. You can find Joe online at

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