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Here’s Proof Of 16 Fundraising Ideas That Worked
More than 2,000 fundraisers and consultants who use direct response fundraising techniques swarmed National Harbor, Md., a few months back for the annual Bridge to Integrated Marketing and Fundraising conference. Following are ideas from three of the sessions.
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Understanding What Makes Donors React
Looking into a crystal ball or consulting a psychic won’t tell you who’s going to be your next major donor (probably). Neuromarketing can give you an inside look as to what is happening inside your donors’ minds and how to get the next big gift
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Mid-Level Donors Need Love, Too
Increasing revenue from Mid-level donors is no magic trick; making donors feel heard is the key to engagement. But where should your organization start? “Mid-Level Magic: How to Conjure Upgrades From Your Mass Market Donors,” a session at the Bridge to Integrated Marketing and Fundraising Conference in National Harbor, Md., addressed the ways fundraisers can make donors feel heard.
Mid-level donors are important enough to think of in terms beyond just money. A nonprofit and a donor can have a real and fulfilling relationship, real and fulfilling on both ends of the fundraising exchange. Speaking during the Bridge to Integrated Marketing and Fundraising Conference in National Harbor, Md., Jeff Schreifels of the Veritus Group and Chaz Watson of The Salvation Army emphasized the idea of organizations working to build relationships with mid-level donors.