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    There is no question that there is still a critical need for food banks in the short term. But after the pandemic, the work of food banks is still far from over.

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    Gleaners Food Bank of Indiana & its fundraisers have 160,000+ reasons they say 'Gravyty gives us the opportunity for the unexpected to happen.'

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    All advancement leaders want to grow giving. But the traditional model of fundraising makes it impossible to grow at scale. What's the hangup? Plain and simple, it's a matter of budget. 

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    When unexpected issues arise, personalizing communications with donors becomes even more of a challenge for gift officers. When the only constant is uncertainty, fundraisers need a home base to return to. 

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    Gravyty and AI made a $388.8 Million difference for nonprofit organizations in 2020. See the numbers that show the impact of AI transformation.

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    How can we build meaningful relationships with a large pool of people, at scale, if it’s already a challenge to definitively say that you’ve reached and engaged your entire managed portfolio? This is where AI changes what’s possible.

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    Accelerating fundraising is the name of the game for faith-based nonprofits. Learn how Living on the Edge can now afford to personally reach more donors than ever before.

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    Although sophisticated scams like spear-phishing attacks regularly make headlines, one of the most common threats to data security is email misdirection. These are security vulnerabilities that end-point security software cannot prevent.

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    Email communication still relies on interpersonal interaction and judgment – all of which makes it particularly vulnerable to employee error.

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    Technology empowers fundraisers to personalize multiple touchpoints with prospects and donors alike, throughout the year. Using technology to feign personalization -- the way that mail merges or chatbots work -- is precisely the wrong way to go.

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