Alumni are vital to the ongoing success of higher education institutions’ programs, fundraisers, and communities. Whether they donate on your annual giving day, volunteer to run an event, or spread the word about your school’s scholarship offerings, alumni are invaluable resources for your school.
Whether your organization is planning your next fundraising campaign or virtual event, drafting communications for an outreach effort, or thanking supporters for their efforts, your donor data can help you tailor your strategies.
On average, today’s nonprofit loses 81% of their first-time donors.
Donor loyalty for nonprofits is critical, as it costs much more to attain new donors than to keep those you already have.
Within the busy and meaningful work of a nonprofit organization, developing fundraising mastery is a common goal to help achieve the collective mission.
As a nonprofit administrator, finding effective ways to improve and sustain your relationships with your donors and volunteers is one of the only ways you can guarantee their continued support in the future.
Donor stewardship is the process of having meaningful interactions with supporters to create long-term engagement and investment.
Every gift or act of support to your organization should be made into an incredible giving experience, where supporters not only feel appreciated but enjoy the process so much that they look forward to giving to you again!