Hey RG! I’m here today to talk about my experience fundraising members for RG – but first let me tell you a little bit about my own RG journey, because that’s really where the story begins.
I found RG almost four years ago, when I was a freshman in college at Stanford University. I participated in one of the first praxis groups at Stanford, and before I knew it I was organized into chapter leadership and convinced to attend Making Money Make Change. I had no idea what I was getting myself into. But here I am, four years later, and RG has been a game-changing political home for me, a place of personal support, transformation and accountability, and a group that will always bring a smile to my face or a dance move to my body in the midst of important and complicated work.
Earlier this year I participated in Resource Generation’s Spring Appeal, an annual effort to recruit new dues-paying members to RG and encourage current members to renew. My experience had some parallels to my entire RG journey – I had no idea what I was getting myself into, but four months later I’m so glad … Continue reading »