[Guest Post] Using your data to build real relationships

Fundraising Coach

He's a fundraiser, a database whiz, and regular conference speaker. Yet the reality is that data will never replace the core tenets of fundraising - building an authentic connection between your mission and the donor. Guest Posts donor databases

Finding Data Management Solutions for Arts and Culture Organizations

EveryAction

Balancing the tasks of marketing to a broad swath of the general public while also maintaining positive relationships with a closer circle of donors and supporters presents unique challenges to fundraisers and membership professionals.

4 Ways That Health Organizations Benefit From a Unified CRM

EveryAction

A broad range of healthcare focused organizations depend on member and donor database software to manage relationships with supporters. Building this type of trust is important in every instance where a health organization interacts with patients, volunteers, and donors.

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How To Find the Right Database For Social Justice and Advocacy Nonprofits

EveryAction

Here are a few examples of how different departments can save time and increase their impact by using a unified database. Digital Organizing and Communications Promoting your organization to the public and attracting new donors and supporters requires effective communication.

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How To Find Effective Database Solutions for Social Services Organizations

EveryAction

Effective fundraising, member engagement, and volunteer management all hinge on the ability to collect and easily utilize information about supporters in both online and offline interactions.

GUIDE: Using Donor Personas to Maximize Your Nonprofit Fundraising

EveryAction

Using this process to identify different types of donors in your universe is extremely useful in guiding your efforts to segment your list and fine tune the messaging that you use for each group. Oscar One-Off Donor 2. Luna Lapsed Donor. Oscar One-Off Donor.

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Improve Donor Stewardship with These 5 Proven Strategies

Fundraising Coach

To successfully retain donors , nonprofits need to invest time into cultivating and maintaining long-lasting relationships, from the first donation onward. With a concrete donor stewardship plan in place, donors will feel more valued and invested in your nonprofit.

Avoid the Cringe-Inducing Moment of Calling a Deceased Donor

The Agitator

This easy-to-use tool enables you to go online and quickly— and without charge – get an overview of who on your database is deceased. The Importance of Deceased Donor Information. In fact, the fallout from just one mismanaged interaction can produce shock waves.

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Stop Telling Your Donors Who They Are

The Agitator

Dramatically increased competition in a time of declining numbers of donors — 23.6% more organizations chasing 7% fewer donors. For this reason alone, there’s no question in my mind that the primary task for most nonprofits must be to deal with this issue of competition for donors and donor loyalty, not by carrying on business-as-usual (and maybe even adding in a few more appeals and more emails), but by taking the issue of donor identity seriously.

How The Everyday Donor Can Become A Major Ally In Your Nonprofit Surviving This Economy

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Any nonprofit's relationship with its donors is invaluable the moment the donor gives for the first time, after they've given a second or third gift, and after they've given multiple numbers of donations over the course of years. The donors we're discussing, here, are not foundations or major corporate sponsors (who are solicited and cared for in their own unique way or at specific times). Donor development. to find out how to begin a donor base.