phonathon

phon·a·thon

 (fōn′ə-thŏn′)
n.
An intensive fundraising campaign in which callers solicit donations by telephone.

phonathon

(ˈfəʊnəˌθɒn)
n
a telephone-based fund-raising campaign
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She has worked with the Annual Giving Program phonathon throughout her UWindsor career, and mentored several first-year students through the Connecting4Success program.
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THE MILLION DOLLAR ROUNDTABLE For its ongoing philanthropic efforts, marked in 2011 by its building of playgrounds for children in underserved communities both home and abroad, its twice-annual phonathon to raise funds for families affected by domestic violence, its partnership with Soles4Souls and its support for St.
Meanwhile, students at Howard University raised $80,000 for an alternative spring break in several American cities and the nation of Haiti through a phonathon on WHUR radio station and from motorists dropping spare change into buckets on Georgia Avenue.
This book also includes a CD with a bonus chapter, "Applying for Grants from Foundations, Corporations, or Government," as well as numerous forms that volunteers can adapt for their own uses, including a donor letter of thanks, a phonathon call sheet, a silent auction bid sheet, and a press release.
The ruling also created the endless phonathon that is the current mode of congressional fundraising.
But a key feature of the suite is its integration of Campuscall, RuffaloCody's widely used phonathon system.
The LWV of Ohio met its $50,000 Phonathon annual fund drive goal and earned an additional $10,000 in matching pledges.
The record amount was raised in this year's Phonathon appeal.
An e-mail with a link back to the giving site has proven an impressive way to collect on unpaid phonathon pledges.