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Faith-Based Higher Education & Seminary

Lutheran Theological Seminary, Philadelphia PA

  2014/15 2015/16
Number of Records 3,461 1,730
Investment in Phone-a-thon $14,113.00 $8,092.00
Total number of pledges 417 232
Total dollars pledged $44,065.00 $44,335.00
Average Pledge $105.67 $191.09
Pledge Percentage 12.06% 13.48%
Investment per $1 pledged $0.32 $0.18
ROI - $ pledged per $1 spent $3.12 $5.47
“Our partnership with Milito and Associates is vital to the work that we are doing to increase engagement with our donors and to strengthen our annual fund. Not only are they committed professionals who produce exceptional results - our annual fund contributions increased over 60% in one year due, in large part, to their efforts - but Juddee Milito is a trusted advisor whose experience, insight and counsel helps shape our programs and strategies. J. Milito and Associates is instrumental to realizing our goals."
Dennis Trotter Vice President for Advancement, Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia

McCormick Theological Seminary, Chicago, IL

  2014/15 2015/16
Number of Records 958 609
Investment in Phone-a-thon $4,118.00 $2,589.00
Total number of pledges 181 140
Total dollars pledged $20,965.00 $14,195.00
Average Pledge $215.83 $101.39
Pledge Percentage 18.91% 22.99%
Investment per $1 pledged $0.20 $0.18
ROI - $ pledged per $1 spent $5.09 $5.48

Wartburg Theological Seminary, Dubuque, IA

  2015/16
Number of Records 1,404
Investment in Phone-a-thon $5,617.00
Total number of pledges 239
Total dollars pledged $32,776.60
Average Pledge $137.14
Pledge Percentage 16.67%
Investment per $1 pledged $.18
ROI - $ pledged per $1 spent $5.45

 

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