Wise words on direct mail

As part of the direct mail showcase, we bring you expert opinion and advice on how to create the best fundraising DM packs and campaigns.

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SOFII Contributors
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August 31, 2018

The experts share their tips on direct mail

If you want expert advice and guidance on writing a great direct mail pack or campaign, there's no better place to come than this section of SOFII’s direct mail showcase.

About the author: SOFII Contributors

This article was contributed to by many wonderful friends of SOFII. If you would like to add your voice to this or any other SOFII section, please e-mail joe@sofii.org.

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