As a fundraising platform designed for schools and institutions, we’ve learned a lot about the valuable, meaningful, hectic, and often, unpredictable work of school development professionals. We also learned that great communication is the basis for all successful fundraising!
So, who better to reach out to for help in sharing thoughts, ideas, stories and expertise on all things school fundraising than – you!
Would you like to connect with your peers in school fundraising? Have your expertise and insight shared with a larger audience? Put out feelers on that conference topic you were considering submitting? Bring awareness to your school’s mission?
If so, then BoostMySchool would love to have you as a guest blogger!
Most importantly – a passion for your work!
School fundraising professionals are known for their keen ability to build community and support one another, and there is no easier way than be featured as a guest blogger. Guest bloggers are asked to write 500 or more words on a topic related to school advancement – donor relations, communications, annual giving, alumni programs, student philanthropy, anything and everything school fundraising!
Readers also tend to be very interested in case studies, how-to’s and innovative ideas. Personal stories are also welcome!
Public acknowledgement. As a guest blogger, you will receive full credit for your post including your name, short bio and a photo. We will also promote your post through our social networks and in our monthly newsletter. We can’t think of a faster way to becoming seen as an expert in your field!
Reach out to our Community Team ([email protected]). We’ll work with you to finalize the details of your blog post, and of course, if you are worried about organizing your thoughts around a topic, just let us know. We will help!
We are looking forward to hearing from you and even more excited to share your experiences with others! Happy writing!
Holman is the founder and CEO of BoostMySchool. He actively helps his former high school with their fundraising and alumni outreach, which is how the idea for BoostMySchool came about. He is a strong believer in the power of education to change the world and volunteers with programs that support underrepresented students in math and science.