If you're afraid of "donor fatigue," I have some good news for you: There's no such thing. What we sometimes identify as "donor fatigue" is really fundraiser fatigue. It happens when fundraisers get tired of their own messaging.
Everyone is doing everything online. Forget print. Forget direct mail. Not so fast. Paper-based fundraising is going strong, and there's some new research that might help us understand why, reported at the Neuromarketing Blog: Print vs.
Here's a revealing post at Medium about the beliefs many people carry into the fundraising profession: Five Things They Didn't Tell You When You Signed Up to Fundraise. Have you ever confronted any of these?
By now you've seen the Giving USA report on US charitable giving in 2014: It was up 7.1% to $358.38 billion. That's higher than the pre-recession level. In fact, the highest in the 60-year history of the report.
I was in San Antonio this week to facilitate an interactive master class for 300 nonprofits that was hosted by the San Antonio Nonprofit Council that hosts The Big Give, a very successful local giving day.
Fundraising. Creating relationships. Asking for support. Keeping those who support you close so they will want to support you again. Easy. Right? So why do so many have such difficulty? It starts with planning.
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