Make sure your supporters know how important they are to you! Whether you send a postcard or a multi-faceted card, don’t forget to tell your donors “thank you!”
Nonprofits often take the beginning of the year to plan and focus on other priorities. While it’s important to steward those who have given already, don’t miss out on a great opportunity to communicate with your donors while they aren’t overwhelmed or distracted with a slew of other appeal messages.
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Send 6 letters, 6,000 letters, or anything in between!
It can be easy to forget that most people want to do good, and want to help others. But reading how kindness goes beyond human nature can be a good reminder of the generosity humans are capable of.
You’re busy all the time, but especially at year end. Your time is valuable!
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During this difficult time some nonprofits are thriving, while other nonprofit groups are struggling. The reason for some organization’s successes? Continually asking and thanking donors for support.
Thinking about your fundraising calendar for a whole year doesn’t have to be overwhelming. Put it together one piece at a time and watch your goals fall into place!
This is the advice that has proven to bring in the most donations, and we’re sharing to help you be the most successful fundraiser you can be.