You know you could be raising more money for your cause if you were building lasting relationships with your donors, but you're not sure how to do this. If you want to raise big gifts for your nonprofit, it’s time to figure out the steps that really work to connect with your donors and prospects to build lasting relationships, and we will show you how.
If you work for a small nonprofit, you might be struggling with donors who won’t call you back or don’t want to meet in person. Or you might be wondering what to say when you call your donors or what are the best ways to really connect to build a long-term relationship. Maybe you need ideas for the best ways to stay in touch with your donors.
If this sounds like you, this training webinar will provide everything you need to be successful when building lasting relationships with your top donors.
Join Kathie Kramer Ryan, a national expert on donor relationships and major gift fundraising, as she walks through the steps you need to take to make a personal donor cultivation plan and stick to it. Kathie’s webinar will build your confidence as you learn how to really connect with your donors and engage them to donate more to support your mission.
During This Nonprofit Webinar You Will Learn:
- How to create a tailored plan to connect with your top prospects and donors.
- Why spending the majority of your time with the minority of your donors makes sense.
- What to say when you call your donors to schedule a visit.
- How to prepare for a successful visit with a donor.
- How to cultivate donors who don't want to meet in person.
You’ll Get These BONUS Materials:
- Worksheet for identifying your top prospects or donors
- Sample donor relationship cultivation plan
- Worksheet to create a personal donor cultivation plan
- Guide for calling a donor to schedule a relationship-building visit
- Template to create your script for scheduling a visit
- Sample questions to ask your donors when you meet
- List of more than 30 cultivation touch-point ideas
- The slides and webinar recording