4 Ways to Evaluate Your Year-End Fundraising Letter

Dec 30, 2014 | Uncategorized

If you work in the non-profit sector, the season of generosity strikes a chord. Now is the time when people give to organizations that move their hearts. Sure, you have a group of faithful supporters—but you know that the last few weeks of the year can make or break your budget.

Below is an infographic designed just for you. As you wait for the results of your year-end fundraising letter, consider how you can do even better next year.

Remember, there is more than enough money in the world to keep non-profits afloat. The tricky part is communicating (i.e. marketing) your needs in a way that inspires compassion and action. And it just so happens that marketing is something we take seriously at 212 Media Studios—especially when it’s for a good cause. If you’d like a professional partner for your 2015 campaign, get in touch with us to learn how we can give your marketing a boost.

Without further ado, here are four questions (and a bonus checklist) to help you evaluate your year-end fundraising letter:

Letter Infographic

We wish you all the best in the coming year!

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