How to Supercharge Your Not for Profit’s Year-End Fundraising

| August 28, 2017

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The last six to eight weeks of the year might be your organisation’s busiest and most productive time of year. To better understand your donors’ mindset and motivations for giving during this time, you need to remember why donors give to your organisation in the first place— they care about its mission and the important work your organisation does. So, your communications should be mission-centered to keep supporters engaged and excited about giving. You’ve already built strong relationships with them, and now they feel like part of the team. Keep that going and supercharge your year-end giving!

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