15 Ways to Secure Recurring Donors
Securing donations for your organization is often the key to survival. Securing even single donations can be difficult: convincing people to part ways with their money for (typically) nothing more than a thank you is a tough task. Even more tricky is securing repeat donations.
“If you are able to get yourself a donor who is willing to come back multiple times to give donations, that is a hugely valuable thing. They become a sort of investor in your organization,” says Jorden Boyer, manager at WriteMyx and BritStudent.
So, without further ado, here are 15 methods used to secure donations and, ideally, continue the trend.
Fundraising for nonprofits on a shoestring budget with limited resources can be unpredictably challenging. Recurring donations aims to assist with that problem.
However, monthly giving programs have an aim all on their own. We set up a quick poll on Twitter to find out exactly which ones are the most difficult to overcome for nonprofit fundraisers. The results certainly surprised us: