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To ensure that the success of #GivingTuesday continues, we've compiled a few resources to help steward all donors and assure you have a successful retention rate!

ARTICLE: Turning a New #GivingTuesday Donor into a Lifetime Donor
Learn all about the “Vowel Method” and how you can incorporate it's five elements into your #GivingTuesday strategy!


ARTICLE: Stewarding #GivingTuesday: Increase Your Retention Rate
#GivingTuesday is full of excitement and many goals. Retaining your first-time donor and sustaining your existing donors should be on your list. Assuring you have a successful retention rate starts with these four steps. 


ON-DEMAND WEBINAR: Stewarding the #GivingTuesday Donor
What happens after #GivingTuesday? Sustaining your annual donors and engaging your first-time donors can be a challenge. Organizations, of all sizes, should have an effective stewardship plan that keeps the two-way conversation going. A healthy retention rate relies on communication, personalization and motivation. In this webinar, you'll get tips on how keep reoccurring donors involved and turning your first-time givers into sustained donors.


WORKSHEET: Creating a Welcome Series
Once you have a plan in place to engage your current supporters, it’s time to turn your attention to building a strategy for stewarding the new and re-engaged donors who come in through your end-of-year campaign. The easiest and most effective way to do this is to build a welcome series for new supporters!


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End-of-Year Fundraising Toolkit | All Access Pass | #GivingTuesday | npENGAGE | Blackbaud Institute

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