How to Follow Up with Givers Beyond the Thank-You

How to Follow Up with Givers Beyond the Thank-You

With your year-end generosity campaign behind you, thank you notes sent out, and a fresh year of church fundraising ahead, it’s time to follow up with givers. A follow-up is simply touching base. It’s not an ask for a donation or volunteer work. It’s not even a thank you for past gifts (although, you can always thank givers again during the follow-up).

Posted On: January 23rd, 2018

7 Impactful Ways to Thank Donors

7 Impactful Ways to Thank Donors

The end of the year can be downright hectic for churches. Between last-minute donations being sent in, reminder emails being sent out, and everything happening between now until the clock strikes midnight on December 31st, to-do lists seem to grow longer by the minute. But, there’s one more task to add to your calendar before you forget, and that is thanking your donors.

Posted On: December 19th, 2017

7 Last-Minute Tips for a Successful #GivingTuesday

7 Last-Minute Tips for a Successful #GivingTuesday

Whether your church has participated in #GivingTuesday for a few years or this is your first time taking part, you probably feel the excitement in the air. The idea behind this global day of giving is simple and pure. It reminds people to give to charitable causes when holiday consumerism is at its peak.

Posted On: November 7th, 2017

5 Tips to Improve Donor Communication During December

5 Tips to Improve Donor Communication During December

During the holidays, you may find that reaching donors becomes increasingly difficult. This is due to the large influx of requests that they receive from multiple organizations that are also trying to fund their year-end campaigns. Though it’s challenging, and you may feel like you need a bullhorn to be heard, there are a few things that you can do to improve your donor communication
and differentiate your message from the multitude of others floating around this time of year. 

Posted On: December 5th, 2016

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