You only get one chance. Is your ask the strongest it can be?
askEZY is a quick way for you to check the effectiveness of your peer-to-peer ask. It's a simple online questionnaire that will analyse the key components of your prospective ask against proven strategies in capital campaign fundraising. It will identify strengths and weaknesses and assist you in identifying key areas that may need more consideration before a successful ask is made.
askEZY is a free online ask readiness assessment. Simply invest 10 minutes to complete the series of questions and an Ask Readiness Report will instantly be emailed to you.
NOTE: askEZY is a self assessment tool designed to help you evaluate the likely effectiveness of you peer-to-peer ask. If you would like training to fully prepare you for making the ask visit our Strategic Services page or contact us for more information.
There is no cost or obligation. It is just another way Xponential is assisting you to make sound choices in your fundraising.
Welcome to Xponential’s askEZY Organisational Self Assessment Tool (OSAT) which will involve a ten minute investment of your time. There are four sections to work through with mostly five questions each: twenty-two questions in total. A valid email address is required for the report to be emailed to you. It is emailed to you immediately upon completion, no waiting (If you do not see the report within five minutes, please check your Junk Mail folder).
At this time you will receive an email containing two things;
The recommendations of askEZY provide the organisation with a basic indication of the likely effectiveness of a peer-to-peer ask and highlight potential areas which may require additional consideration. These results are only as pertinent as the data fed in. Xponential Philanthropy accepts no responsibility for actions taken as a result of the askEZY assessment.
To maximise the accuracy of the askEZY OSAT, please avoid the ‘don’t know’ responses wherever practicable as this response attracts a particularly low score – lower than a ‘negative’ response.
The OSAT tool categories are not weighted evenly, nor the questions within each category. The order of the OSAT questions does not reflect weighting priority. The responses and the categories are all weighted according to a subjective formula that has been applied based on Xponential’s award winning experience with capital campaigns. The askEZY formula is the intellectual property of Xponential Philanthropy.
Most questions are scaled on a basis of ‘1 to 5’ where ‘5’ represents ‘most positive’. Where the answer can be a Yes - 5 should be selected, where the answer can be a No – 1 should be selected.