One of THE BEST ways to keep in touch with your donors is through nonprofit newsletters. Donors want to stay in the loop of what’s going on in your organization. Yet it’s hard for them to stay excited about your work if they don’t know what’s happening. Sending regular newsletters is a great way
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One of the best ways to stay in touch with your donors on a consistent basis is through a nonprofit email newsletter. When done well, email newsletters can be fast and cheap for you and heartwarming for your donor, basically meeting everyone’s needs. Unfortunately, most email newsletters look like someone created it on a
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Most nonprofits rely on their newsletter to communicate with donors. They slap it together, click “send,” and mark the item off the old “To Do” list. The problem is that most nonprofit newsletters are crap. They’re a waste of time for the reader. They’re boring, full of jargon, and written30
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Have you ever had a friend that the only time you heard from them was when they wanted something? Feels yucky, doesn’t it? Thank God for caller ID! Now we don’t have to talk to them if we don’t want to. Why do we stay in some relationships and not in30
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