8 pages tagged with Email:
- Abortion Support Network: ‘Why do you support ASN?’ By asking a simple question of their donors and sharing the responses in later communications, a small charity provided inspiration for all fundraisers.
- CARE USA: donor acquisition chaperoned emails CARE USA responded to the violence in Gaza with remarkable humanitarian aid and a strong call to action for new donors. Being ready to appeal for new supporters during emergencies, or at times when your issue is in the public eye can help you to acquire more donors for your cause. To acquire new online donors at a low cost, CARE sent chaperoned emails through online publishers.
- CDE project 11c digital section 2 part 3: putting the principles and actions into practise Marketing consent - Email marketing - Mobile-oriented design and browser adaptation - Search Engine Optimisation - How donations are accepted
- GiveIndia’s electronic newsletters: opening a door to effective giving in India E-mailed newsletters are common nowadays but few have the simple directness and sheer appeal of this example from GiveIndia. GiveIndia's October 2008 newsletter starkly presents the great social challenges that face the sub-continent, but then it succinctly encourages donors by showing them how they can get involved and make a difference.
- How to find new e-mail subscribers for your organisation – the right way Ephraim Gopin, founder of 1832 Communications explains why e-mail is an essential fundraising tool for your organisation. He also shares simple tips to help you encourage more of your site visitors to sign up to your communications.
- How to show the right gratitude attitude to new e-mail subscribers The first e-mail you send to new subscribers is crucial, as it will inform whether or not they open any subsequent messages. In this handy guide, Ephraim Gopin explains how to ensure you start off on the front foot.
- Mennonite Central Committee Canada: Tigray, Ethiopia crisis appeal Mennonite Central Committee (MCC) Canada wanted to help refugees of the Tigray crisis in Ethiopia, but they’d only just finished an appeal for victims of the war in Ukraine. Would their kind donors be willing to give again so soon? Find out what happened next, here.
- The Zimbabwe Association’s emergency appeal How chance played a large part in raising £10,000 in just one month. Lyndall 'primed the pump' by donating £500 of her own money.