A Quick Guide to Prepare for Last-Minute Donations

A Quick Guide to Prepare for Last-Minute Donations

Last month, we shared our Ultimate 10-Step Checklist for Year-End Giving so that you can get organized and run a successful end-of-the-year campaign. Remember that just because there’s only a few weeks left in the year doesn’t mean you should slow down! In fact, the last three days of the year make up 12% of annual donations, and a majority of those will occur on December 31st.

Posted On: December 9th, 2020

6 Year-end Giving Stats Every Church Should Know

6 Year-end Giving Stats Every Church Should Know

Last year, faith-based organizations saw the largest uptick in generosity on #GivingTuesday with an 18.1% increase in online donations. And in December, roughly 30% of annual giving happened. Statistics like this matter because they help churches identify giving patterns and better understand how (and when) people prefer to give.

Posted On: November 19th, 2019

7 Techniques to Ignite Your #GivingTuesday Campaign

7 Techniques to Ignite Your #GivingTuesday Campaign

Does your church participate in #GivingTuesday? If not, you’re missing a HUGE opportunity to reach more people locally and globally. The goal of #GivingTuesday (aka National Day of Giving) is to create a wave of generosity that touches people across the world. Since its inception in 2012, it’s been an enormous success for faith-based organizations.

Posted On: October 16th, 2019

Why Do Churches Switch Online Giving Platforms?

Why Do Churches Switch Online Giving Platforms?

There’s a pretty good chance your ministry accepts digital gifts in some way, shape, or form. It’s 2019 after all! A donation page on your website, a mobile app, text giving, and giving kiosks all benefit the overall mission of the church. But, what worked for your church a few years ago may not be the best solution for you today.

Posted On: January 9th, 2019

3 Year-End Donor Retention Tips

3 Year-End Donor Retention Tips

Did you know 12% of all annual giving occurs on the last three days in December? Some church donors cut it down to the wire because it’s a busy time of year. Many that give consistently enjoy making additional one-time gifts around the holidays.

Posted On: December 27th, 2018

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