How to Create a Successful Non-Profit Direct Mail Campaign

Fundraising just isn’t the same as it used to be, is it? With options like Kickstarter and GoFundMe offering crowdfunding opportunities to absolutely everyone, pulling together a true fundraising effort for a large non-profit seems nearly impossible. How can you compete with the flashy online campaigns when you need serious funding for your organization?

Direct mail has long been the most powerful way to reach potential and current donors, even in the face of fancy online techniques. Whether you’re starting your first direct mail campaign or looking for ways to breathe new life into your tried-and-true tactics, this ebook, Guide to a Successful Non-Profit Direct Mail Campaign, will help.

What You’ll Learn

Before you take your first steps, it’s important to understand some of the most compelling statistics regarding non-profit direct mail campaigns. Knowing what others have experienced and how they reached success will keep you focused and energized as you work toward your goal.

Did you know that 85% of non-profit organizations sent out direct mail fundraising appeals last year? That lets you know right away that you’re not alone in this journey. Take the opportunity to learn from others what works and what doesn’t. How can you reach those givers and encourage them to provide for your organization? What words will mean the difference between a small gift and a significant one?

How to Gain Access

This ebook is completely free. Just click the link below, and you’ll be well on your way to gaining access. Once we know where to send it, you’ll receive a link in your inbox. You can follow the link to download the ebook for your own files or return as often as you like to read.

We sincerely hope we can help you in your fundraising efforts for your non-profit organization. If you have any questions regarding what you read here, please feel free to reach out at any time. Without further ado, click here to receive your Guide to a Successful Non-Profit Direct Mail Campaign.