Learn How To Love Your Donors

As a fundraiser, you’re the bridge between your donors, beneficiaries, co-workers, volunteers and the Board. Every interaction and every conversation is an opportunity to strengthen your relationship and grow your fundraising. But with no time and no money how do you give supporters the experience they deserve?

In this masterclass by Simon Scriver (IE) at the CEE Fundraising Conference you will learn how to connect with values and emotions, creatively use voices from around your organisation and make your donor the hero of every story you tell. With real examples (including a live call!), we will explore how to build amazing relationships and keep your supporters giving. You will leave with cheeky tips, tested tricks and what you need to share the #donorlove!

Join Simon for this masterclass and learn how to find, create and share beautiful stories that resonate with values and emotions – from urgent appeals to legacy letters and everything in between. You will also learn everything you need to write your own donor love story. Simon will provide tips, tricks and ‘nudges’ you can implement already tomorrow, no matter how big or small your organization or your budget.

Simon will also inspire you how to create campaigns, and a whole fundraising program, that makes you feel good as a fundraiser and makes your donors feel great too! He will provide specific writing and design techniques that are raising more money — and building amazing donor relationships.

Learn how to show the love and ask for money on the phone, face-to-face, through DM or digital. Learn how to love your donors with Simon Scriver. Join us for the CEE Fundraising Conference in Bratislava.

For more information, see the description here.

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We thank our General Partner for continuous support of CEEFC:

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