Donor Retention + Acknowledgements: Using the Giving Season Slowdown to Boost Year-End Results

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Donor Retention + Acknowledgements: Using the Giving Season Slowdown to Boost Year-End Results

Are you witnessing a declining donor retention rate in your organization? Don't worry, the remedy might be easier than you'd think. In fact, there are a few simple steps you can take right now to achieve better results this year!

Join us on Wednesday, June 14 at 3:00 p.m. EDT for an hour-long webinar packed with practical, actionable insights. You'll discover:

  • Boosted Donor Retention: Discover how the art of acknowledgment can create a strong bond with your donors, recession-proofing your organization.

  • Summer Slump Turnaround: Uncover simple yet effective strategies to leverage the summer slowdown, transforming it into a catalyst for boosted year-end results.

  • Lasting Impressions: Learn the art of tailoring and delivering messages that leave an indelible mark on your donors, ensuring their continued support and enthusiasm.

  • Ready-to-Use Resources: Gain exclusive access to helpful templates and samples, enabling you to express your gratitude immediately and effortlessly.

Whether you're new to donor acknowledgments or looking to revitalize your existing practices, this webinar will equip you with the tools you need to boost your donor retention and forge long-term partnerships. Bring your questions for a live Q&A at the end of the webinar.

Register now to reserve your spot and to receive a recording of the webinar as well as any resources mentioned in the session.

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