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Community & Health Organizations

Henry Ford Health System, Detroit, MI

  2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
Number of Records 1,934 4,050 4,820
Investment in Phone-a-thon $8,614.00 $17,000.00 $17,589.30
Total number of pledges 244 606 391
Total dollars pledged $31,189.00 $40,825.00 $94,660.00
Average Pledge $127.82 $67.36 $242.09
Pledge Percentage 12.30% 14.99% 8.11%
Investment per $1 pledged $0.27 $0.41 $0.18
ROI - $ pledged per $1 spent $3.62 $2.40 $5.38
”J. Milito & Associates allows me to communicate personally with our donors to renew and upgrade their giving. In this high-tech world, a phone call can engage donors on a different level, deepening their connection to our organization.”
Rebecca Sellers, Director of Annual Giving, Henry Ford Health System

Kids' Food Basket, Grand Rapids MI

  2014 2015
Number of Records 2,804 3,117
Investment in Phone-a-thon $9,814.00 $11,596.00
Total number of pledges 258 232
Total dollars pledged $27,165.00 $20,030.00
Average Pledge $105.29 $83.33
Pledge Percentage 9.20% 7.30%
Investment per $1 pledged $0.36 $0.57
ROI - $ pledged per $1 spent $2.76 $1.72

Pine Rest Christian Services, Grand Rapids MI

  2014/15 2015/16 2016/17
Number of Records 3,246 829 609
Investment in Phone-a-thon $12,844.00 $3,855.00 $2,561.85
Total number of pledges 205 124 84
Total dollars pledged $31,175.00 $18,190.00 $10,575.00
Average Pledge $152.07 $147.00 $125.89
Pledge Percentage 6.00% 14.00% 13.59%
Investment per $1 pledged $0.41 $0.21 $0.24
ROI - $ pledged per $1 spent $2.42 $4.71 $4.12
“Working with J. Milito and Associates is great experience for Pine Rest and for our donors. Their callers are knowledgeable about our organization, exuding warmth and attention when speaking with our donors. In short, they treat our donors as we do.”
Donna Bova, Public Relations and Communications, Pine Rest Christian Services

 

Did you know?
Lansing Attorney General Schuette reports: “among Michigan-based fundraisers, J. Milito & Associates of Grand Rapids consistently produced favorable results. Its 56 clients shared an average 73.9 percent of the $1.4 million raised on their behalf. Only two of the 56 experienced a loss. Overall, however, that level of return was the exception.”
Source, Lansing State Journal, March 9, 2013