Communicating with Monthly Givers - Workshop
Turn Any Monthly Giving Plan into a Champion Development Strategy
Thursday, July 27, 2023
9:30 AM - 12:00 PM Central Time
Community: Central Alabama
Seats Available: 30 / 30
Central Alabama Community Foundation
114 Church Street
Are you communicating with monthly givers in a way that develops and nurtures the relationship?
Too often, organizations create monthly giving programs but fail to consider how they will communicate with givers who have signed up. A thoughtful and intentional strategy is key to nurturing long-term relationships.
This workshop will offer you engaging discussion, practical resources, and on-the-spot practice.
You will learn:
- How to on-board new givers well
- How to nurture the relationship through ongoing communication
Imagine if your monthly giving program was seen as a communications effort that grew champions in a wholistic way, rather than just a fundraising opportunity.
This updated workshop will surely benefit your entire team. Be sure to invite development staff, board members, and even key volunteers to attend. Register today!
We encourage you and your team to take full advantage of our learning series by:
- Attending the workshop
- Watching the national webinar on August 16th – save the date
- Take advantage of any group coaching or individual coaching offered by your Area Director
Featuring - Kevin Moore
Area Director for Central Alabama, Mission Increase
Kevin Moore serves as the Area Director for Mission Increase Central Alabama. Since moving to Birmingham in 1983, Kevin has served in seven different pastoral and Christian nonprofit roles in our city. Kevin is passionate about collaboration and the mobilization of the Church to impact Birmingham through its nonprofit agencies. He earned an undergraduate degree in Bible and Music Education from Tennessee Temple University and a Master’s Degree in Church Music from Samford University. Kevin lives in Bluff Park with his wife, Judi, and they have four grown sons, three daughters-in-law and three grandchildren.