Thank you for all your good work, for persevering through a very difficult time, and for allowing donors to find joy and hope in the middle of a crisis.
Who has loved you into being? Take a minute today to think about them and be grateful for how they helped you be who you are today.
While the intention of “GivingTuesday” is noble, the practical application of it is diverting the attention of many non-profits away from developing relationships with donors.
The first step in creating value for a donor is thanking beyond a donor’s expectations.
I find it difficult to focus on the positive things people do. Jeff and my wife both tell me regularly that I am too problem-oriented. So I have committed myself to seek and find the best in others, to TELL them I have noticed it, and to do this on a daily basis. This journey has also had me processing two things…
Here are a few simple, yet unique and powerful, ways for you to consider thanking donors this year.