New product version will allow nonprofit organizations following the Benevon model to take advantage of integrated, world-class donor management software.
Bloomerang is very proud and excited to announce a new strategic partnership with Benevon, a provider of sustainable fundraising training and coaching.
Central to the new partnership will be a special version of the Bloomerang software that incorporates Benevon’s model for donor acquisition and cultivation.
Terry Axelrod, founder and CEO of Benevon, believes that her clients will benefit greatly from the new partnership. “Partnering with a donor management software provider who shares our organizational values is critical to us,” she said. “We look forward to enabling Benevon clients to make our model become a part of a modern donor database.”
Bloomerang Co-Founder and CEO, Jay Love, is excited to once again be working with Benevon. “I’ve known Terry for most of my 30-year career in the nonprofit sector,” he said. “The Benevon model is second-to-none when it comes to donor engagement and major gift fundraising, and I can’t wait to see it come to life in Bloomerang.”
The new Bloomerang for Benevon software is expected to be released in early March and will be available bundled with additional training resources, including books and webinars.
“We built Bloomerang with the goal of having it become the premiere system for major gift fundraisers,” said Love. “With Benevon, we’re taking a massive step forward to fully realizing that dream.”
Those who are unfamiliar with the Benevon model are invited to attend a free webinar happening on 1/24/17 at 3pm EST. Terry Axelrod, Benevon Founder & CEO, will introduce you to Benevon’s systematic process for creating sustainable funding by engaging and developing relationships with passionate individual donors who truly love your mission. You can register here >>
Benevon was founded in 1996 by Terry Axelrod, a professional fundraiser and social worker who committed herself to teaching others her proven, successful model for fundraising. She designed the Benevon Model for Sustainable Funding after working for more than twenty-five years in the nonprofit sector. For more information, visit http://www.benevon.com