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[Kivi's Blog] [FREE Webinar This Week] How to Share Your Nonprofit's Progress with Supporters This Fall

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[FREE Webinar This Week] How to Share Your Nonprofit's Progress with Supporters This Fall

shareprogressEveryone knows that December is Year-End Giving Season.

But did you realize that September, October, and November have become "Sharing Your Progress" season?

Long gone are the days when you waited until February or March to talk about your annual accomplishments.

Now, we see nonprofits ramping up that kind of communication several months earlier, in the fall, so that it leads into year-end campaigns.

Think about it, and it makes perfect sense. If you believe in the Ask, Thank, Report cycle of good donor communications, you need to do some of that thanking and reporting before you launch your year-end campaigns.

If right about now, you are about to throw your hands in the air because we've just added a whole new set of communications to your to-do list, slow down.

Join us for:

How to Share Your Nonprofit's Progress with Supporters This Fall

Thursday, September 10, 2015
1:00 – 2:00 p.m. Eastern
(10:00 – 11:00 a.m. Pacific)

This free webinar will give you the kick-start you need to create some great progress-sharing communications, and fast.

On the webinar, we'll share . . .

  • How to build progress reporting into your current editorial calendar for the rest of September, October, and November, and how to smoothly transition into your year-end appeal.
  • 10 of our favorite progress reporting examples that are easy for you to replicate, including our favorite tools for making that content pop.
  • 20 of our favorite phrases to use when sharing progress and giving your supporters credit for making it all possible. No need to suffer through the writer's block. We got you covered!

We'll also give you a sneak peek into our very first Accelerator course that starts October 5, also on sharing your progress. During these Accelerators, you decide the strategy, do the work, and deliver the goods – all during the six-week program.

Registration for How to Share Your Nonprofit's Progress with Supporters This Fall is FREE, but seats are limited. Fill out the form below to register.

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