Nonprofit Membership Programs: A How-To Guide

| March 4, 2019

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If you’re looking for new ways to keep your supporters engaged, consider launching a membership program. Both parties benefit here, as member fees can provide long-term financial support for your organization while supporters receive additional engagement opportunities and special perks. Keeping your supporters’ best interests in mind, decide on a structure and strategy for membership. Determine the end goal of your program and let that shape how you interact with your members—are they more likely to be donors, consumers or advocates.

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