Donor Management

Your First Donor Database: Common Questions and Answers

Starting a nonprofit is very similar to starting a small business. It requires you to accurately and specifically define your mission, obtain startup fees, and jump headfirst into a brand new industry. Now that you’ve gotten your start, you’re probably wondering what the next step is. How can you really [...]

[PODCAST] Refining Donor Engagement Strategies

Our own Steven Shattuck recently joined our good friend Jeff Jowdy on his Beacon Podcast to discuss creative ways nonprofits can engage with donors. You can listen to the full conversation here. Be sure to check out previous episodes of The Beacon Podcast here >> Full Transcript: Announcer: Welcome to [...]

Nonprofit CRM: The Buyer’s Guide + 9 Solutions (2021 Update)

In recent years, nonprofits have realized the incredible role of technology in accomplishing their fundraising strategies. Even before the COVID-19 pandemic, organizations have invested in technology to store data, plan and draft communications, and assign internal tasks. The introduction of social distancing and additional remote work to our regular lives [...]

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[FREE DOWNLOAD] A Beginner’s Guide to Finding The Best Donor Prospects Hidden In Your Database

Prospect research is difficult. Asking for upgrades, major gifts and bequests is something that every fundraiser wants to do. But identifying the best supporters in your lists for those types of asks can be an even bigger challenge than the ask itself. Oftentimes we look only to the wealthy. But [...]

8 Over-Looked Donor Prospects Hidden In Your Database, Just Waiting to Give More

There's little argument that long-term, loyal donors are your best prospects for things like major gifts and planned gifts. Monthly donors, active volunteers, current and former service recipients, and the securely retired (especially the childless and empty-nesters) are also great prospects. But who else might be lurking in your donor [...]

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