Starting a monthly giving program is a great use of your time because monthly donors are the lifeblood of a small nonprofit – bringing in sustainable revenue and creating a safety net of loyal supporters. Imagine what you could do if you had hundreds or thousands of dollars steadily coming in your door each
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We all know we need to thank monthly donors. After all, it’s important to show our gratitude to ALL of our donors — especially those who give on a regular basis. Monthly donors are your BEST donors – NO MATTER HOW MUCH THEY GIVE PER MONTH. Their regular financial commitment is actually a bigger
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After reading this excellent post about How to Keep Your Monthly Donors by colleague Erica Waasdorp I was reminded of my frustrations with monthly giving donor stewardship. So, before I share 5 tips to stop ignoring your monthly donors, let’s take a look at the numbers.
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Knowing how to find monthly donors for your nonprofit is a key skill in successful fundraising. Starting a monthly giving program and building it up is a great use of your time, because you’re creating ongoing monthly revenue for your organization. Here are just a few good examples: Draft Gratitude relies on their Monthly
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One of the best ways to create consistent, monthly income for your nonprofit is through monthly giving. It works like magic – people sign up and their donations show up like clockwork, right on time each month. These days, people are used to signing up for monthly subscriptions for things like Netflix. The bad
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Monthly giving is important for nonprofits. But are we doing it well? To test, Brady Josephson ran an experiment involving giving to 115 nonprofits. And I’m honored that he agreed to write about his findings. Brady is the Vice President of Innovation and Optimization at NextAfter – a fundraising research lab. No stranger to nonprofits
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