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Thank Donors and Keep them Engaged After Events

Thank Donors and Keep them Engaged After Events

Effective follow-up is the key to fundraising success

Following up with your donors is one of the most important things you can do to improve donor retention and increase future donations. But maintaining that relationship doesn’t have to be hard. In fact, mobile and online solutions make it easy to automate your follow up. All you have to do is set it up and let us do the rest of the work for you.

Mobile and online solutions make it easy to automate your follow up. All you have to do is set it up and let us do the rest of the work for you.

First-time donors who get a personal thank you within 48 hours are 4x more likely to give a second gift

Confirm Each Contribution

After a donor has fulfilled their pledge, they’ll automatically receive a text message confirmation and automated tax receipt for their records by email. You can even customize the message on the receipt with your event logo, and have someone from your organization call to say thanks the very next day.

Automate Your Gift Reminders

No calls or emails needed—let the automated text messages do the work for you. Any donor that has made a pledge will receive a follow-up text message on days one, three, and eight following your event asking them to fulfill their pledge resulting in a whopping 87% fulfillment rate.

Add a Personal Touch

Send a text message linking to a video from your speaker, host, or director saying thank you to attendees and donors, and show them the impact their donation has on your organization. You can even use this opportunity to introduce your next event or fundraising campaign, or tell supporters how else they can get involved with your cause.

TEAM charter schools raised $51,000 with mobile pledging and text reminders!

TEAM raised $51,000 with mobile pledging and text reminders!

Request MobileCause Demonstration for Your Organization

See how you can use automated follow up to increase the effectiveness of your next fundraising event.

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