Church building fund themes
From the director’s desk – march 1, 2021
Have you ever come across a fundraising effort that just seems to be sitting there? You recognize the importance of the cause, but the messaging lacks “there.” Nothing is driving you to act, and nothing is telling you a coherent tale.
Getting a sweet cuddly puppy without a name or a house without a base is almost as sad as having a fundraising campaign without a theme. Sure, the puppy is always cute and cuddly, and the house has some interesting features. People have a missing bond that they can’t always point to, but they can sense, if there’s no way to introduce your puppy to your buddies and no solid base to hold the house stable.
We hope you haven’t made this fundraising blunder yet, but even if you have, it’s not the end of the world. To help you come up with an innovative and successful theme for your next fundraising campaign, we gathered some industry best practices and suggestions from fundraising experts.
A convincing theme is one of the ways to raise more funds for your fundraising campaigns. Successful fundraising efforts, like the company, need a brand. Your theme should assist you in telling a story and enticing potential donors and volunteers to participate.
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The theme design process begins after you’ve decided on a name (or title) for your capital campaign. Before sending us their design preferences, our clients find it beneficial to study our capital campaign samples, which include campaign logo ideas and background sketches, in order to brainstorm ideas for your custom campaign’s theme (or capital campaign design look). These sample church capital campaign themes are not meant to be copied (your capital campaign name may differ), but rather to provide visual comparisons for you and your team to discuss / describe concept concepts (and reach a consensus with key decision makers) before giving us your feedback for the custom creation of the campaign theme design. “A photo is worth a thousand words,” as the saying goes, and these capital campaign concept examples assist our clients in ways that words alone cannot.
In this “reference-driven” approach, we create a personalized campaign theme template based on your specific capital campaign name that will align with your desired end-product, rather than guessing what you would want based on verbal feedback and then failing to meet your expectations. Any campaign theme design feature (as-is or modified) or even a mixture of references may be incorporated. Take a look at some of our most common ministry, stewardship, and church capital campaign themes to get some inspiration (backgrounds, fonts, colors, word stacking, genre style, etc.) and see the ones stand out to you and your team… then get in touch with us. (To learn more about our design process, click here.)
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Building funds are created by churches for a number of purposes, including the construction of new buildings or the repair and restoration of existing structures (s). Bake sales, selling cookbooks, candy bars, pies, or the famed chicken or BBQ dinner fundraiser are all examples of traditional church fund-raising activities for items like children’s and youth programs or local ministries.
If you’re trying to raise money for new buildings or repairs, though, you’d have to sell a lot of candy bars or BBQ dinners to even scratch the surface of a church building fund budget!
A church capital campaign would be the most successful fund raising initiative if your church wants to raise funds for its building fund. Make no mistake: no other form, either financially or spiritually, is as successful.
If you need money to build, restore, or renovate your church, there is no better way to raise funds than through a well-run church capital fundraising program, which is also biblical!
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And they came, all whose heart was moved by the Spirit, and brought the Lord’s contribution to be used for the tent of meeting, all its services, and the holy garments.
As a consequence, the Lord of Hosts says, “Consider your ways.” You’ve sown a lot but only reaped a little. You never have enough to eat, and you never have enough to drink. You dress warmly, but no one is warm. And whoever receives wages does so in order to stuff them into a holey bag. Consider your ways, says the Lord of Hosts. Go up to the hills and gather wood for the house, so that I can delight in it and be glorified, says the Lord.
Charge the wealthy of this age not to be haughty, nor to place their hopes in the unpredictability of wealth, but in God, who lavishly provides us with all we need. They are to do good, to be abundant in good works, to be charitable and willing to share, thus accumulating treasure as a good foundation for the future, so that they will grasp that which is truly life.