It’s the #1 way to increase your fundraising revenue immediately; Ask your donors in more powerful ways.
You can improve your appeals… emails… events… in-person major donor Asks.
If you ask more powerfully, you’ll raise more money.
A “Fundraising Offer” is what a piece of fundraising promises will happen when a donor makes a gift.
If you want to make great offers for your organization – if you want to raise more money – download this eBook!
Just “telling better stories” isn’t a magical key to fundraising success. You’ll learn which types of stories to tell, and when to tell them, to deepen the relationship with your donors and cause them to take action.
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The graphics illustrate the principles behind our approach – in a super easy-to-understand way – to help anyone who thinks they could be raising more money.
Download your free copy today. Make these graphics part of your fundraising culture and you’ll start raising more money and keeping your donors longer!
The ideas and tactics in this free eBook are not a gimmick. They are tried, true, and tested ways that will help you raise more money from your print newsletters and better engage your wonderful donors.
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Get your free Proforma — a specially-built excel spreadsheet that tracks fundraising performance. It’s a tool pro fundraising organizations use to a) track their performance to get better every year, and b) predict how much they are going to raise the following year.
Use the Thankuary Cheat Sheet for thanking your donors so that they feel your gratitude and become more likely to give you additional gifts in the future.
You’ve heard us talk about how you’ll raise more money if your fundraising focuses on part of what your organization does, not all of what you do. Did you know you can do that and still raise undesignated funds?
Download this free White Paper – then get specific in your next appeal. And start raising more money!
Download our free sample worksheet to easily rank and sort your donors, and whether each donor has a strong affinity to your organization or to your cause.
Don't Talk About Your Nonprofit in your Fundraising
The video helps explain why donor-centric fundraising is more effective than organization-centric fundraising. It’s taken from a recent free webinar Steven did where he was doing live reviews of appeals and newsletters. It’s this simple truth – that most donors are more interested in themselves and the things they care about – that explains why classic organization-centric fundraising doesn’t work as well.
AFP International: Storytelling for ACTION
A presentation given by Steven Screen at AFP International, in New Orleans, in 2018.
Upgrade your Thank You's and Receipts
Here's how to think about your Thank You's and your receipts so that you do a great job meeting your donors' needs. And if you do, your donors will stick with you longer and you'll raise more money.
How to Raise More Money with your Appeals
Quick, simple tips to help you raise more money with your next fundraising appeal letter or email appeal.
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APPEAL AND NEWSLETTER REVIEWS
A review by the experts at Better Fundraising will show you the updates you can make to increase engagement and increase donations.
Submit your appeal, e-appeal or newsletter – text/copy or PDF – and you’ll receive specific, actionable feedback for what you can do to raise more money.
The cost to have your appeal or newsletter reviewed is $500 – which is fully guaranteed. If you make the changes we recommend to your appeal or newsletter, and it does not raise at least $500 more than a typical appeal or newsletter, you are entitled to a full refund.
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