Claire Axelrad shares her five secrets to success when crafting fundraising appeals and end-of-year campaigns.
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Writing a compelling fundraising letter can be tricky. It’s not the same as writing a brochure, annual report, or grant proposal. But it’s not rocket science — it’s something you can easily master.
The most important time of the year for fundraisers is mid-November through December 31. Did you know many nonprofits will raise up to 40 percent of their total annual campaign goal during this period? In this webinar, you’ll learn how to get a head start on your year-end fundraising activities so you don’t miss opportunities that can make a big difference in your results.