How You Should Thank and Recognize Your Donors


Many nonprofits view the thank you letter as no more than a tax receipt. Strong nonprofits, however, recognize the donor acknowledgment letter as a critical component of the stewardship phase of the fundraising lifecycle.  During this webinar we will discuss best practices for acknowledging donors and the difference between a tax receipt and a thank you.

About Our Presenter:

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Dan Kimball is a seasoned fundraiser with twenty years of experience in strategic fund development and nonprofit management. He’s currently developing Aplos’ Donor Management Platform to help nonprofits connect with (and cultivate!) their donor base.

“Fundraising is a relationship business.”

Megan, the wearer of all hats at Aplos, helps lead the marketing department in Email Marketing, Customer Appreciation, Public Relations, stocking the office fridge, and reveling in her title as Head Lunch Decision Maker for staff lunches. She has a passion for helping others and has a special place in her heart for making others feel appreciated. In her spare time she enjoys torturing her significant other with more DIY projects, writing fiction, reading, and binge watching Netflix.

One thought on “How You Should Thank and Recognize Your Donors

  1. We do not have any of the programs that you have up for accounting. We use a work book for small churches. Until we are able to get one of those programs we use the work book. Thank you……

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