A Stronger PACE TULSA Fundraiser GOAL

A Stronger PACE TULSA Fundraiser GOAL.  by Terence Morris, Founder, PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION.  Apr 26, 2017 11:15 AM.  feed-icon-28x28

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After consulting business models similar to ours, we decided to implement a stronger fundraising campaign. We are raising our goal to $50,000.00 by March 1, 2018.  The $50K will be used to actively market our One Vision 2020 Membership Drive & Pedestrian Safety Starts With Me Fundraiser.  Some initial considerations were:

  • Common Business Goals
  • Improve participant experience
  • Establish the PACE TULSA brand identity
  • Find new markets for pedestrian awareness crosswalk education initiatives
  • Expand educational curriculum service lines
  • Decrease time to market campaign hooks
  • Improve intrinsic value of our core message
  • Increase management communications
  • Voluntary promotions in staff integrations
  • Reduce operational costs
  • Generate creative sources of revenue
  • Strategic philanthropy implementations
  • Become more enterprising
  • Increase networking with civic partners
  • Develop outreach channels
  • Specificity survey policies
  • Office locations and equipment
  • Campaign planner materials

After investigating further we found that the other elements of our budget should also be addressed.



The elements of the Pedestrian Safety Campaign Planner include:

Medium & Content

  • (1) Pedestrian Safety Campaign Step-by Step Guide [this document]
    Approximately 100 pages, including images of the print PSAs, posters and cinema slides
  • (1) Beta video (broadcast quality – for TV stations)
    (4) TV PSAs
  • (1) Pocket folder
    (1) sample press release
    (1) set of guidelines
    (2) brochures
  • (5) Posters
    Based upon print PSAs
    (2) 24″ x 36″
    (3) 11″ x 17″
  • (1) Audio CD
    (6) 30-second radio PSAs
  • (2) Data CDs
    Electronic files including:
  • Data CD1
  • (15) print ads in a variety of sizes
  • (5) posters
  • (2) brochures
  • (8) cinema slides
  • Images/icons for promotional products/items
  • FHWA logo (positive and reversed)
  • Fonts
  • Data CD2
  • (4) TV PSAs as a QuickTime/RealPlayer file
  • (6) Press releases
  • (15) Newspaper articles with artwork

Administrative Expenses

Office Rental

Office Space and Furniture

Office Supplies and Equipment

Parcel & Cargo Deliveries

Additional Staff  :

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© 2017 | PACE TULSA AGS FOUNDATION.  “Pedestrian Awareness Crosswalk Education is an online think-tank intersecting awareness of public transportation policy in the United States.”

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