Does the promise of new donors sound better than engaging the donors you already have?
In today’s video, Susan Howlett will give you specific examples of how other nonprofit organizations have engaged current donors on a deeper level, and therefore raised more money from them. And that’s not all. Having a deeper engagement with donors turns them into stronger advocates for your organization and brings in new donors.
Do you have any comments or stories about raising more money with current donors or ways you’ve been able to engage donors on a deeper level? If so, please share them with others in a comment box under the video. Thanks.
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Christopher Davenport says
Do you have any stories about raising more money with current donors or ways you’ve been able to engage donors on a deeper level? If so, please share them with others in a comment box. Thanks.
Jim Thompson says
Bravo Susan — excellent! Jim
Jennifer Hawthorne says
I’ve found it difficult to come up with ways to engage donors/alums who no longer live in the public university’s area.
Appreciate her addressing the difficulties of social service organizations that have to keep clients anonymous. However, how do you explain to the kids who they are writing/talking to? Without explaining that services cost money, we need people to pay for services the clients can’t, etc. We work with victims of domestic violence and sexual assault, so it often doesn’t feel right to explain to the kids that other people know that their family may be going through those things.