Presentation on theme: "1 Why invest the time tonight? Matt Haller A time to support the mission Rob Cornilles History of FOS giving Matt Haller New approach: FOS is About Your."— Presentation transcript:
1 Why invest the time tonight? Matt Haller A time to support the mission Rob Cornilles History of FOS giving Matt Haller New approach: FOS is About Your Scout, Campaign Collateral Matt Haller Group breakout on tactics/strategy and volunteer recruiting Small groups What a district training should look like Dan Gelis Goal setting district breakoutby districts Timeline and upcoming meeting schedule Matt Haller Question and answer session Adjourn FOS Is About Your Scout
2 FOS Is About Your Scout Why are you here tonight? What do you expect out of this evening?
3 FOS… the last five years FOS goals have not been met for the last 5 years
Research shows… FOS is supposed to provide 25% of the Council Revenue Budget $175 per family is an ancient number Only one in three families contributed to FOS in 2014 The “Ask” would only be $85/Family if every family contributed 198 of the 440 traditional units didn’t participate in FOS 49 of these flat out refused to have it presented Many didn't know FOS funds stay local and support: Unit Insurance, training, program development, thousands of at risk youth Inconsistencies Council wide in presenting & processing FOS Data Points
5 FOS 2015 Changes Reviewed data at the District and Unit level Established District Ownership Stratified Units using historical data for tailored focus Modified FOS messaging Standardized tools, training and processing Created website Creating Video Providing more thank you gifts for participation
6 Tool Link
Why Separate Strategy Needed Differences in Motivation & Administration Goal Setting Process & Communication Role of Area Seventies & Coordinating Councils $100 Ask per Boy Ensuring Successful Campaign Training; Scripts; Scheduled Weekly Task Checklist; Return & Report LDS Campaign & District Campaign Management Stake-level FOS Coordinators v. Ward-level FOS Coordinators Online Training (December 2 nd, 4 th, and 10 th ) Weekly Status Reports LDS FOS Campaign
9 VIDEO LINK DISABLED
10 Breakout Questions Strategies, Tactics and Volunteer Recruiting Discuss and answer 4 key questions: 1.What is funded by direct donations through this campaign? 2.What will do to help a zero or almost zero dollar unit reach its potential? 3.What will you do differently to improve your results in 2015? 4.Which new individuals will you mobilize for your district to hit your goal by April 30 th, 2015?
11 Goal Setting Breakout Questions What is your 2015 District Goal? When is your District Kickoff? What will you do differently in 2015?
12 In Closing… Thank you for all you do… Let’s establish a legacy! Let’s make GREAT things happen FOS is all about the Scout FOS success is all about Participation FOS is our share of funding our Council