I haven’t been able to solve the mystery: “What’s holding organizations back to start or grow their monthly donor program?”
I still come across nonprofits that have virtually no sustainers. Why? Because they weren’t pushed to do it.
Last week, I was talking to a prospect about how to best set priorities when it comes to monthly giving.
No matter what your current overall communication schedule is, you should be able to fit these into the mix.
As you’re going into the next decade, it might be a good time to take stock of some old ideas that can be new again.
As someone who has raised money for a number of years, I’ve found that it’s always good to look at international fundraising trends.
If you have a holiday card on your direct mail schedule, I highly recommend to include your monthly donors this time of the year.
If you take a little time now for a monthly giving focus, come January, you’ll be that much farther ahead.
As we’re getting ready for Thanksgiving, I wanted to talk about something not often talked about.
The year-end appeal season is here. The clock is ticking… The mail pile is growing… The inbox is overflowing…
Should you send a thank-you letter to your monthly donors for that extra gift? My recommendation is an unequivocal YES.
Does the timing of the launch of your monthly giving program make a difference?
As it’s almost Halloween, I thought I’d discuss the “creepy” topic of asking monthly donors for an extra gift this giving season.
Fundraisers are fascinating. As a fundraiser, you should have some freedom to think outside the box.
Your job as a fundraiser is an important one, and it’s vital to realize that you are making an impact on your organization.