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Why should nonprofits start a monthly giving (sometimes called recurring or sustaining) program? 

Here are the most important reasons:

  • Monthly Donors Give More
  • Monthly Giving Programs Build Strong Relationships with donors
  • Monthly Giving Programs Provide a Stable Foundation 
  • Monthly Giving Programs Lower Fundraising Costs

Learn more about creating a winning program this Tuesday, August 15 at the Clark County Library‘s Southern Nevada Nonprofit Information Center.

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WRITING NONPROFIT FUNDRAISING LETTERS

AN ESSENTIAL TASK EVERY NONPROFIT MUST MASTER

TUESDAY, JULY 18 2017
5 – 7 PM
CLARK COUNTY LIBRARY
LARGE CONFERENCE ROOM

 

Despite the rise of online fundraising, direct mail fundraising letters are still one of the best ways to make appeals for nonprofits.  But if you don’t know how to write one, chances are you will not raise needed money. 

This two hour workshop discusses:

  • Preparing to write fundraising letters
  • Rules of writing your appeal
  • Three main parts of a letter
  • Mistakes to avoid

Register in advance at http://bit.ly/CCLNonprofitWorkshopJuly  in order to reserve handout materials.  For more information, please call 702-507-3421.

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