Use Newsletters to Bond Donors to Your Nonprofit

[fa icon="calendar'] May 5, 2017 3:08:57 PM / by Sean Finnegan posted in Donations, Newsletter, Donor Retention

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Many nonprofits struggle with the idea of striking a balance between asking supporters for donations but not asking them “too often” — turning them off from giving entirely. The truth is: There’s no magic number for donation asks. Just as every nonprofit is different, the audience of supporters for each organization can react differently to the number, or type, of donation requests.

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Non-Profit Newsletter: 5 Tips for Creating a Great Email Newsletter

[fa icon="calendar'] Jun 24, 2016 2:41:43 PM / by Sean Finnegan posted in Newsletter, Fundraising, Non-Profit

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Newsletter-916819-edited.jpgE-newsletters (or email newsletters) are quickly becoming standardized tools for non-profit organizations. Your online newsletter helps build awareness about your cause, bonds your subscribers to your organization and cause, and keeps the important issues in the forefront of your subscribers' minds. While putting together e-newsletters is not easy for smaller non-profits, it is certainly not impossible. If you haven’t yet considered one, think about penning an e-newsletter of your own. (Click here to see more reasons why they are important.)

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Newsletter bonds subscribers to your Non-Profit

[fa icon="calendar'] Apr 21, 2016 11:00:00 AM / by Sean Finnegan posted in Newsletter, Online Fundraising

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Man_Reading_Digital_Newsletter_tcm21-54327.jpgAlthough uncomfortable, the job of any non-profit is to ask supporters for financial support. The work you are doing is extremely important. But to accomplish that work, the non-profit needs financial assistance. Your supporters realize this and want to give. But you have to ask them, and most of us are not asking enough.

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