How Nonprofits Can Use Technology to Increase Donor Retention

Knowing how to leverage technology, or even what technology to use, for retaining donors may feel overwhelming.

Your nonprofit organization may not have a customer support staff, donor nurturing specialist, or any other type of fancy title person!

But here’s the thing… technology for donor retention does not have to be scary. In fact, it could help eliminate a lot of overwhelm (and need to hire people) while increasing cash flow for your nonprofit.

How?

That’s what Stu Manewith is sharing with you today on the podcast and YouTube channel!

If you are wanting to get some great tips on how to increase donor retention through some simple data and technology tips, then be sure to listen!

What We Discuss In This Episode:

  • How to leverage the data you already have and use it for donor retention
  • The impact of technology on non-profit organizations and its future within the sector
  • How any non-profit organization (big or small) can make a few small changes to get people to give, and keep giving
  • How to say “Thank you” to funding sources
  • Donor surveys
  • How to increase Stewardship at day 45

About Stu

Stu is considered one of the top thought-leaders in the non-profit sector. He is also the Director of Thought Leadership and Advocacy for Omatic Software, a data-integration software for non-profits that allows them a complete view of their donors, promoting data-driven decision making.

Founded in 2002, Omatic Software has also made the ‘Inc. Magazine’s Inc. 500 | 5000-America’s Fastest Growing Private Companies list’ for 5 years! 

With over 30 years experience in the non-profit sector, Stu has implemented data and integration solutions at hundreds of non-profits across all subsectors – and been published by Blackbaud and Salesforce.

Some topics Stu can touch on during the podcast include:

  • How to leverage the data you already have and use it for donor retention.
  • The impact of technology on non-profit organizations and its future within the sector.
  • How any non-profit organization (big or small) can make a few small personalization changes to get people to give, and keep giving.

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