Do you need to raise more money?

Get a bigger piece of the pie with our P.I.E. Method Playbook

People often want to know how much money we can add to their fundraising event. We’ve have worked with non-profit leaders, planning committees and leadership boards to create and execute a strategic fundraising plan.

Here is what we have helped accomplish so far:

  • We have helped non-profit organizations raise more funds for over 10 years.
  • We have helped non-profit organizations raise over $30 Million.
  • We have helped double or even triple the fundraising goals of over 300 events.

We are able to do this because of the innovative fundraising strategy that we like to call the P.I.E. Method. The P.I.E. Method focuses on helping you:

  • Invite the right People
  • Provide the right Items
  • Create the right Energy
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We’re Here To Help You Raise More Money

“Using the Fund Your Org team benefited us in many ways, primarily helping us develop a clear picture of what we were presenting to our guests and increasing the net profit.

Natalie Alexander

Founder of Hearts of Steel

“This organization was instrumental in our ability to serve more children thanks to their ingenuity, innovation, and collaborative spirit!”

Autumn Worten

New Hope Oklahoma

“Every time we work together there is a customized strategy built to help the non-profit where I work, exceed our goal expectations.”

Kent Berry

Community Higher Ed

“Fund Your Org helped us DOUBLE our revenue at our annual Harvest Dinner fundraising event”

Penni Shelton

Tulsa Farmer’s Market



An Innovative Event Fundraising Strategy by Fund Your Org


Learn about the P.I.E. Method in order to simplify and optimize your fundraising plan. P.I.E. stands for People, Items and Energy.


Through experience, our team has learned that an organization will maximize fundraising efforts at an event if the right People attend, revenue generators involve the right Items, and vibrant Energy excites the room about the organization’s mission.

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