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    Is Giving Tuesday Enough?

    By Drew Fox Jordan • November 27, 2020

    On Giving Tuesday, all eyes are on philanthropy. But even with the grandiose gestures and effort, is Giving Tuesday enough?

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    We all know that people give to people, but what happens when people don't have the capacity to connect with more prospects?

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    Do fundraisers have the time to do the outreach, communication, qualification, cultivation, and all the necessary touchpoints with planned giving prospects as well as managing the existing donors they already have in the pipeline?

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    Personally appealing to a constantly growing pool of potential donors, and doing it in a limited timeframe, makes Grateful Patient outreach a challenge.

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    On sheer volume alone, the largest opportunities to grow giving live deeper in the donor pyramid than most organizations want to go — in unassigned, often unrated prospects. What holds them back? Efficiency.

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    Nonprofits have adapted, pivoted, and created to weather the COVID-19 crisis. As closures continue, how will you compensate for events that have no digital equivalent?

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    The donor pyramid is evolving in today's giving environment. How do we find new opportunities within the pyramid, avoiding donor fatigue without relying on the hope that your frontline fundraisers will produce superhuman outcomes?

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    In our new on-demand webinar, Gravyty’s own Kenna Wood, Customer Success Strategist, is talking about strategically segmenting portfolios, but with a twist. She is talking about doing this in a way that leads directly to action for frontline fundraisers by leveraging technology to make the process more efficient.

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    Despite potentially having less staff to fundraise, development offices are still operating and expected to contribute to overall revenue. Now, more than ever, fundraising shops are expected to do more with less.

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    Despite potentially having less staff to fundraise, development offices are still operating and expected to contribute to overall revenue. Now, more than ever, fundraising shops are expected to do more with less.

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