Survey Nonprofit Constituents at Your Peril Survey Nonprofit Constituents at Your Peril

| August 22, 2018

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“Let’s start with a survey of participants about incentives to see what they want.” Two words should frighten you: “incentive” and “survey.” In our work with recognition programs participants often say in surveys, “I wouldn’t want the gift I would earn for fundraising.” But when presented with a gift opportunity after earning one they redeem hand over fist. And higher fundraisers redeem at higher percentages than lower fundraisers, although the high fundraisers most often say, “I wouldn’t take the gift.”

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Sotto International, Inc.

See details at www.sottointernational.com. 1. Operation of nonprofit healthcare companies. 2. Operation of nonprofit hospice care companies. 3. Operation of nonprofit long-term care companies. 4. Operation of nonprofit home healthcare companies. 5. Operation and consultation for faith-based nonprofit organization.

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