connecting with high-value donors

Everyone is trying to figure out how to connect with high-value donors…and even asking the question: “what is a high value donor?”

In the not-completely, self-promoting category, we want to let you know that we’ve been thinking a lot about this issue and are even teaching a course on it. We’d love for you to join in the fun.

The course is with the CLA Christian Nonprofit Leadership Academy coming up in September in Denver.

Our 2-day course is on Social Media Strategies: Building High-Value Donor Relationships.
We’ll address: What technologies do you use to identify and connect with your donors? Are you completely up to date on what is available? Which social media strategies work best in reaching donors today? Learn how to implement successful search techniques to identify potential donors. We’ll explore practical steps to connect with high value donors and ways to avoid the pitfalls. Sounds like fun, doesn’t it?

We all know that in today’s uncertain economy that utilizing best practices in raising ministry funds is critical. We believe that this Academy offers you access to some pretty cool training in ministry fundraising. According to CLA, the 14, 10-hour courses in resource development that you’ll find there are simply unparalleled in terms of cutting-edge content and practical application for your fundraising program (that means we do good work and even the CLA is excited about it!).

We would like to invite you to join us at the CLA Christian Nonprofit Leadership Academy in Denver. In fact, you can get a $50 discount as our guest, and you can get more information or register at the CLA Academy.

CLA Christian Nonprofit Leadership Academy
Denver, Colorado
Sept. 20 – 23, 2011
Renaissance Denver Hotel

Check it out and if you decide to register, grab that $50 discount. We’re going to have a blast in Denver, and it will be better with you there.

Hoots and Thomas

Hoots and Thomas

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