8 Steps to Donor Stewardship for Nonprofits

Posted by Marcy Ogborn on Jun 1, 2020 10:37:00 AM

Donor Stewardship is all about effectively caring for your supporters in a way that allows you to create long-term relationships that are beneficial to everyone involved!

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An Introduction to Donor Stewardship for Nonprofits

Posted by Marcy Ogborn on May 23, 2016 5:42:20 AM

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!

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3 Steps to a Donor-Centered Communication Strategy

Posted by Marcy Ogborn on Apr 19, 2016 5:30:23 AM

Having a supporter or donor-centered communication strategy can play a pivotal role in growing your recurring donor base, among other perks!  

We recently went into detail about the importance of turning your donors into the heroes of your nonprofit story.  But, what about before they become heroes?  It wouldn’t make sense to call someone a hero if they haven’t done anything heroic yet, right?…

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How to Build Successful Nonprofit-Donor Relationships: Forefront Interview (Part 1)

Posted by GiveGab on Jan 6, 2016 3:49:19 PM

In a phone interview with our friends at Forefront (formerly Donors Forum), the nation’s only statewide membership association for nonprofits, philanthropy, public agencies, and their allies, we were given some great insights into nonprofit-donor relationships.

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The Metrics Behind Relationships

Posted by Charlie Mulligan on Aug 3, 2015 10:40:37 AM

Days of Giving are a hot topic these days.  You don’t have to look far in the world of philanthropy without hearing how such and such state raised $20 million, or so and so county raised $3 million, or x college raised x millions.

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