When your charity finds a great canvasser, how can you retain them during this time?
These key metrics will be helpful to measure and understand the success of your face-to-face efforts.
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Retention. It’s something every single one of us struggles with. And no matter how a new sustainer came on board, the first three months after sign-up are critical to retaining new sustainers. But when it comes to recurring donors acquired via face-to-face, retention becomes even more crucial.
Face-to-face fundraising is one of the best ways to inspire people to make an ongoing and sustained donation. Keeping the connection with new sustainers and making sure that their gifts keep coming in for the long-term can be a challenge, but it’s solvable.
Today’s changing landscape is constantly evolving the nonprofit sector. And with the evolution of digital technologies comes more opportunity for fundraising—especially when it comes to event fundraising. RAISE 2017 is the first national conference for event fundraising professionals, and it’s all taking place from Sept. 25 to 26 in Washington, D.C...
Have you ever wondered what the ideal number of people is to solicit a gift? Is a one-on-one meeting best? Perhaps you should bring two people—your president and campaign chair? Or perhaps three people would be even better—president, campaign chair and board member. Sounds reasonable, right? Get a power team to solicit a power gift! But here’s a story that will set you straight...