Successfully renewing and upgrading sponsorships hinges on deepening relationships, demonstrating tangible impact, and aligning mutual missions to foster enduring and transformative partnerships.
The Art of the Follow-Up: Ensuring That Your Donors are Informed, Engaged, and Primed for Future Support
Mastering donor relations involves authentic communication, recognizing donors as mission partners, and nurturing lifelong bonds through mindful, genuine follow-ups.
Are you looking to retain more midlevel donors? Check out our six step guide, which outlines key strategies for developing and sustaining meaningful relationships with these important contributors.
Donor retention is a big challenge for many nonprofits. According to estimates, the average nonprofit loses between 20 and 40 percent of its donors each year. The good news is that there are strategies you can use to improve donor retention and keep your donors coming back year after year. In this blog post, we'll discuss key strategies for improving donor retention.
In fundraising, any improvement can have a big impact. The 1% improvement principle is all about making small changes that add up to a big difference. This principle can be applied in many different ways, but here are a few of the most important ones.