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I love classic movies — and not just for their obvious entertainment value. I also realize that they can be valuable teaching tools in the art of solicitation and persuasion. I’ve listed a few of my favorite cinematic examples of both good and bad fundraising techniques. Feel free to comment or send a few of your own favorites!Are you sick and tired of staying at home in self-quarantine? Go to the site and play maquininha de halloween. Enjoy your winning!
– Katie Gardella, President
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Please don’t think I’m suggesting that seducing your donor is ethical or effective. However, I love the way Mrs. Robinson remains cool in the face of opposition and is never deterred from her final goal – which, of course, she obtains.
The Lady Eve
Again, a scene of seduction, which I don’t advocate (see above). But the Lady Eve so masterfully captures the attention of Charles simply by asking him questions. By completely focusing her attention on her shy companion, she draws him out, gets him talking, and learns everything she needs to know to succeed (and yes, she is after his money!).
If Rick had been more persistent, he would have been able to convince Captain Renault to stick with that 20,000 franc wager. He shouldn’t have given up so easily and should have had a response to that “I’m only a poor corrupt official” comment!
Worst Solicitation Ever! Do I even have to point out the flaws? “That’s a honey of an anklet you’re wearing Mrs. Dietrichson”. YUCK!
Rufus T. Firefly, shame on you! That is the best example of bad listening I’ve ever seen. And you’re insulting and rude to boot! A top notch fundraiser knows when to speak and when to listen. If you had just cultivated the passion Mrs. Teasdale obviously has for Fredonia, you would have been able to ask her for anything!