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Plan for Year-End Giving Now to Minimize Stress and Maximize Results

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Does year-end giving sneak up on you? Do you feel like your organization doesn’t know how to maximize fourth-quarter philanthropic giving trends?

Across the sector, approximately 30% of all philanthropic gifts are made in December. Likewise, many nonprofits receive anywhere from 40 to 75% of their annual support at year-end. Therefore, if you’re not planning ahead, you’re likely missing out on gifts your donors are willing and able to make.

Watch this on-demand webinar with fundraising expert Kristin Raack, CFRE, GPC, to learn how to increase your staff’s fundraising capacity and results.

In this session, we will discuss:

  • Which year-end giving myths are no longer true
  • Why it’s still important to maximize year-end giving
  • The #1 reason donors stop giving
  • Types of year-end strategies that will inspire and engage your donors
  • The role your board and volunteers can play to generate excitement
  • Ways to make your content and messages more memorable

Plus, receive a free planning tool and checklist to reduce stress and guide your efforts.

SPEAKER

Kristin Raack |CFRE, GPC, AltruNext

About the Author

Tammy Tilzey is the Client Marketing Manager - Nonprofits, which encompasses intuitive grant management solutions designed to increase the efficiency and funding success of nonprofits. She particularly enjoys working and collaborating with passionate clients and coworkers. Tammy holds a B.S. degree in Computer Science from Montana State University and has held development, marketing, and services leadership roles at several growing software companies. In her role at Foundant Technologies, Tammy is able to further our mission to maximize the impact of the philanthropic community. What could be better than that? Tammy serves as membership chair for the Grant Professionals Association’s Idaho Chapter and also serves as Board Secretary for the Grant Professionals Certification Institute (GPCI).

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