Money is a sore subject with your nonprofit’s donors nowadays. And that poses a problem since it’s the one resource your organization needs most.
Finances are tight for most, if not all, of your nonprofit’s donors. So crafting a compelling and persuasive fundraising message is more important now than ever. But many nonprofits fall prey to cliché fundraising appeals.
Not only do emotionless fundraising campaigns with overused messages bore your donors, they also fail to excite them to action. Follow the link below to learn the three most boring words in nonprofit fundraising appeals, and what to write instead.
The Three Most Boring Words in Fundraising Appeals [Fired Up Fundraising]