Your board cares about your nonprofit’s mission as much as you do, so help them be effective at promoting and fundraising on your organization’s behalf.
This past #GivingTuesday, it was brought to our attention that some of the participating nonprofits that served rural communities had supporters who were less inclined to give online.
One of our most highly raved about GiveGab features is our seamless, secure, and simple donation form.
April is National Volunteer Month, and to celebrate, we wanted to help you turn your valuable volunteers into donors!
Once you have a good donor retention strategy in place, the best next step is to begin attracting more new supporters that you can then develop long-term relationships with.
For many nonprofit organizations throughout the U.S., donor retention is a persistent battle.
With the median donor retention rate at 43% with an attrition rate of 57%, it’s no wonder so many are looking to improve their donor retention strategy. What’s even more staggering is the surprisingly low retention rate of first-time donors, at only 19%, with a much higher retention of repeat donors, at around 63%.