5 Ways to Transform Your Year-End with a Donor Management System
Nonprofits that don’t use fundraising software at year-end spend more money, time, and frustration on their campaigns, with less return.
Do you feel like you’re drowning in year-end chaos? Struggling to stay on top of your annual appeal?
You’re not in this alone! Network for Good helps thousands of small nonprofits like yours have their best year-end ever with our all-in-one fundraising platform.
Register for this webinar to learn the five ways Network for Good’s all-in-one fundraising software will help your organization thrive, not just survive the giving season.
- How we’ve simplified the process to import your donor data
- How you can automatically engage with your donors by using our email appeal templates
- How to track your donations via emailHow using text-to-give to improve your reach
- How to deploy quick and easy video acknowledgements
Network for Good believes in the power of small nonprofits. Our donor management system is here to support you!
About the Speaker:
Product Manager, Network for Good
Peter focuses on the Donor Management and Communication tools that our nonprofits use to organize their fundraising efforts and engage their constituents to build stronger relationships. Peter is obsessive about listening to and understanding our customers’ needs. He’s passionate about empowering our nonprofits with fundraising tools that are simple to use but accomplish powerful results.
Director of Product Marketing, Network for Good
Agnes is the Director of Product Marketing at Network For Good. She is a technology marketer with 10 years of experience working with software companies, venture capital firms, and innovation agencies. Prior to NFG, Agnes has most recently worked at Pendo.io in Raleigh, North Carolina, Vantiv (now Worldpay) in Denver, Colorado, Savannah Fund in Nairobi, Kenya and World Wide Creative in Cape Town, South Africa. She has a passion for compelling storytelling, international travel, skiing (poorly) and the Rocky Mountains.