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Fundraising Letters: One Size Fits All?

Are all donors to your Christian nonprofit created equal? Do you treat them as one homogeneous group? When you draft a fundraising letter, do you  target each of the various types of donors to your ministry with focused messaging? 


To be effective your fundraising letters cannot be "one size fits all."

Through donor intelligence research, Advocace can help you better understand the variety of donor personalities you currently have in your database, identify the keys to what motivates them, and uncover what can make them passionate them about your cause. Through donor intelligence research, Advocace connects your ministry with donors who share your vision and invites them to join your community.

For more information on fundraising letters, donor communications and donor intelligence research visit our website at www.advocace.com or contact us at 972-304-1100.

Advocace. Building a community of support around a vision. Yours.

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