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Thursday, June 13 • 11:20am - 12:20pm
B2-2: FTW – What you need to know about monthly giving | generously sponsored by Imagine Canada FILLING

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Monthly Giving is the holy grail of fundraising. When done right, this powerful giving method can deliver even more revenue than Major Gifts programs.

Head to this session to find out why monthly giving is so powerful and what you can do to for the win, starting today, no matter the size of shop or state of your monthly giving program…

Working in a tiny shop with no budget for new initiatives? No problem, you’ll get simple tricks for creating a stream of monthly donors using current programs and campaigns.

Looking for somewhere to start? Perfect! You’ll receive a solid case for monthly giving you can take back to your boss and board, plus you’ll know exactly what to do first when your program is approved!

Already a monthly giving powerhouse? Amazeballs! You’ll learn what to do next to maximize your monthly giving revenue and make your Major Gifts colleagues jealous!

You’ll learn:
  1. Practical ways you can increase the number of monthly donors right now
  2. Stewarding monthly donors and showing them the love they deserve
  3. The most effective way to build a solid monthly giving program to sustain your charity for today.
  4. The secret to unlocking the full value of monthly donors to realise tomorrow’s transformational gifts.

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David Kravinchuk

Philanthropy Firebrand, The Common Good
Your WCFC2019 Conference Host firmly believes philanthropy’s power belongs to all people and not just the world’s wealthiest. He created The Common Good fundraising agency to help charities and nonprofits of all sizes to empower donors of modest means to experience self-fulfillment... Read More →

Thursday June 13, 2019 11:20am - 12:20pm
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