Are you ready for the best year-end fundraising of your life?

Here’s more help for upping your year-end fundraising game, from Philantopic, at 7 Ways to Make Your Year-End Fundraising Really Count:


  1. Do you have a written plan so you know what success will look like?
  2. Does your plan include multi-channel promotion?
  3. Does your plan include repetition?
  4. Are your fundraising and marketing staffs working as a team?
  5. Have you made it easy to give to you?
  6. Are your appeals and donation pages mobile friendly?
  7. Have you enlisted ambassadors to help, peer to peer?

There’s still time (barely) to plan and execute your best year-end campaign ever!


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