So Arizona Gives Day happened. And it was pretty awesome. And you got some great new donors...
Creating a retention plan for new Arizona Gives Day donors.
In order to grow your donors and motivate them to give more, you have to actually keep them as donors first. And the key to keeping them as donors is to understand them. In this webinar, fundraising professional Nancy Grace will share some actionable insight on understanding your donors and offers three key strategies for cultivating your relationship with them, along with some specific time-tested tactics for what to do and how to do it. Nancy will offer advice and tactics on how to make the most of your Arizona Gives Day results with an emphasis on keeping that momentum going all year long right on through the next Arizona Gives Day. Stop working to replace lost donors and start focusing on keeping, growing, and adding donors instead.
The Presenter: Nancy Grace, Graceful Fundraising
Nancy’s career, spanning thirty years, began on Wall Street where she worked as an investment researcher and held several leadership position as an Investor Relations professional. She then transitioned from the corporate world to the nonprofit world, working as the V.P. of Development at the Phoenix Zoo and serving as a board member with numerous nonprofit organizations, before ultimately becoming a Development Consultant & Instructor.
Through Graceful Fundraising, Nancy helps client organizations achieve excellence in reaching out to their most important constituents such as donors, board of directors, and volunteers. Graceful Fundraising offers a full complement of Fund Development & Nonprofit services including communication/grant writing services, Development audits and plans, as well as hands-on services related to growing the donor pool by building long-term community relationships. She also enjoys coaching and teaching through fundraising workshops for nonprofit boards and staff.
Nancy has served on numerous nonprofit boards, a political action fund, and as event chair for several fundraising events, including Valley Leadership’s Man & Woman of the Year. She spent years as a ‘Big Sis’, is a graduate of Valley Leadership (Class XXII), founded and served as president of Desert Gold Diggers Investment Club, and has been involved with National Association of Women Business Owners, Association of Fundraising Professionals and International Association of Business Communicators.