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Thursday, 03 May 2018 13:44

How to Make Your Monthly Donors Leap to the Next Amazing Level!

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You already know the tremendous power of monthly donors. You know the positive impact they have on your cash flow and donor retention.

But how do you make that leap to the next level? How do you grow to 200, 500, 1,000, 2,000, 10,000 and higher?

In this interactive workshop Erica Waasdorp (President at A Direct Solution and author of "Monthly Giving.  The Sleeping Giant.") will share how you, with any size budget, can leverage your digital and other channels to boost your monthly donor program. You will learn how to cultivate your monthly donors, keep them, bring them back and make them leap higher!

At the end of this workshop you will have tools and plans to hit the ground running and

  1. Set your strategy and target the right audiences for online and off-line channels
  2. Know when an how to upgrade your monthly donors
  3. Retain and reactivate donors to achieve all-time high donor retention levels.

Prior to the workshop you will have the opportunity to submit materials for review and questions to assist in your learning.

This is YOUR workshop.

Registration Fees:

$50     Current J. Milito & Associates Customers

 $50      AFP Members

$25      Students

$75      Not-Yet Members or Customers

 

Register here by May 31, 2018

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Janice Fonger

Janice Fonger, is SVP and general manager with J. Milito & Associates a direct response fundraising company. Janice has spent more than thirty years in the nonprofit sector. She has been on the front line, in the development office, in the board room and in the executive director’s chair. She knows organizational operations, board and committee oversight, marketing, finance, program delivery and fundraising in small nonprofits. She rose to the many challenges including creating new annual fundraising strategies, building an endowment during a recession, securing and maintaining needed public and private grant funding, as well as caring for and nurturing donor relationships. She has served on numerous nonprofit boards and is past president of the Association of Fundraising Professionals West Michigan Chapter.