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Statistics show that online giving is growing each year, and since the start of the pandemic back in 2020, this has only fast-tracked charities’ need for a digital strategy.
Simply, your key driver for growth is digital. If your strategy isn’t built around growing online, then you’re going to struggle. Here’s why:
Advantages of Digital Fundraising
- Save Time and Money.
Digital fundraising allows you to streamline your processes and plan your resources which ultimately will reduce overhead costs for your charity and save you time so that you can focus on delivering your projects.
- Measurable Results & Sustainable Growth.
Digital fundraising lets you see which fundraising campaigns work and which don’t. By analysing the results, you get to develop a basic picture and can use the results to adapt your campaigns to progress your charity’s digital fundraising journey.
- Data and Insight.
Immediate access to data is a great armoury for your digital strategy. Knowing which metrics to look out for will allow you to continuously optimise your digital campaigns for best results.
- Expand your Reach.
Shifting to digital fundraising allows people from anywhere in the world the opportunity to join your causes. By introducing new audiences, you can expand your donor base without being confined to your networks and local community.
- Engage Audiences.
With digital, the opportunity to engage audiences is huge. Through frequent and personalised communications, you can nurture your audience which will help convert them overtime.
- Long-term Stability.
If executed properly, digital fundraising gives you long-term stability which lends itself to continuous growth.
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These are just some of the benefits of going digital and you are unlikely to get any of the above if you continue putting this off. In the current climate, charities need to go digital to survive let alone grow.
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