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Building Donor Relationship By Syed Ali Tarek
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When we set fund-raising goals, we usually cast them in terms of money. However, the major fund-raising goal of any organization should be to build a base of loyal, supportive donors who give money... More > year after year, campaign after campaign. It is that base of loyal, supportive donors upon which the financial goals of every campaign are built, making donor loyalty the most critical element of long-term fund-raising success. Every organisation must strive to hold onto every donor by consciously and actively working to build donor loyalty. This book exactly reflects on this principle and gives a brief idea into building donor relationship< Less
The Small Nonprofit's Guide to Thanking Donors By Sandy Rees
eBook (ePub): $57.00
Thanking your donors is one of the most important things you can do...but how do you do it well? In this short e-book, you’ll learn exactly what you need to do to effectively thank your donors... More > and build relationships. You’ll also know how to use a 10-part formula for a no-fail Thank-You letter to avoid some of the most common mistakes and get the most return for your efforts. The Small Nonprofit’s Guide to Thanking Donors is power-packed with worksheets, templates, checklists, and samples to make donor acknowledgment easy! You’ll receive: • Template for creating an Acknowledgment Plan that will engage your Board and co-workers in the process of thanking donors • Samples of great Thank-You letters • Sample script for a Thank-You phone call • Donor Acknowledgement flow chart • Thank-You letter opening sentence examples (to help you get started writing) Buy now and unlock the results you want—deeper, appreciative relationships with donors who know their donations are making a difference!< Less
The Small Nonprofit's Guide to Raising Money Through the Mail By Sandy Rees
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Have you tried sending out a fundraising letter only to be seriously disappointed in the gifts that trickled in? The newly revised Small Nonprofit’s Guide to Raising Money Through the Mail... More > offers a proven system for creating each piece in a winning direct mail package. This simple yet practical information is presented in an easy, step-by-step format. Just imagine – after learning this material, you’ll know: *The formula for writing a letter that gets results. *How much to ask for. *When to mail your letter to take advantage of prime giving seasons. *How to get discounts on postage and printing. *Whether or not your letter was successful. The Small Nonprofit’s Guide to Raising Money Through the Mail is power-packed with worksheets, templates, checklists, and samples to make direct mailings easy! Buy now and you’ll get exactly what you need to be successful in raising money through the mail for your nonprofit!< Less
The Small Nonprofit's Guide to Successful Newsletters By Sandy Rees
eBook (ePub): $57.00
Want to Write a Compelling Newsletter that Delivers? Newly Revised! A proven, step-by-step solution to create stellar newsletters donors will read and respond to. Good donor-based fundraising is... More > all about building relationships—and consistent communication is critical. This Guide covers everything you need to do to set yourself up for success. Just imagine – after learning this material, you’ll know: *Exactly what to put in your newsletter to draw attention and keep the donor reading. *What stories to include to boost donations. *Which common article you should never feature on the front page. *How to spend less on a print newsletter than you thought. The Small Nonprofit’s Guide to Successful Newsletters is power-packed with worksheets, templates, checklists, and samples to help you easily put together a powerful newsletter. Buy now and unlock a newsletter strategy that will generate the results you want— a fresh, engaging newsletter that ensures donor engagement and support!< Less
The Not-for-Profit Exec's Guide to Improving Organizational Performance By Don Robertson, Robert Alves
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If your not-for-profit is considering making technology investments anytime in the next three years this book is a must-read. It provides the hands-on tools you need — proven best practice... More > strategies, self-assessments, and results-based case studies from real clients to help you gain insight into what you must do if you want to adapt to the massive changes upon us. Our intention is to “lift the veil” and share behind-the-scenes insights that can show you how to avoid modern-day software selection and implementation pitfalls while aligning your business strategy and technology to create a lasting advantage for your organization. Most importantly, we show you how to achieve continuous performance improvement for your organization.< Less
More Money for More Good By Greg Ulrich, Bob Ottenhoff
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Americans give $300 million in nonprofit donations each year. Yet many nonprofits--even highly effective ones--find it difficult to raise the funds they need to do the most good. In this fundraising... More > guide, nonprofit information provider GuideStar teams with boutique consulting firm Hope Consulting to provide tools for nonprofits looking to raise more money for more good. The information in this guidebook is based on in-depth research into donor giving habits.< Less
Board Members Rule: How to Be a Strategic Advocate for Your Nonprofit (Trade Paperback) By Robert M. Zimmerman, Ann W. Lehman
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ABOUT THE 8.5x11" PAPERBACK: Zimmerman and Lehman, authors of BOARDS THAT LOVE FUNDRAISING (from Jossey-Bass a Wiley imprint), have written a new and accessible hands-on book, based on their... More > experience in working with boards and nonprofits for many years. Board Members Rule reframes a board member’s role to be a strategic advocate for your nonprofit and its constituency. Ann W. Lehman and Robert M. Zimmerman are partners at Zimmerman Lehman, a consulting firm for nonprofits. They have more than 60 years of combined experience working with nonprofits in board development, fundraising and public policy. Ann has been an executive director and Bob a development director on both coasts. Both Ann and Bob are well-known for motivating boards with their practical, down-to-earth, no-nonsense advice and sense of humor.< Less