Major & Blended Gifts Seminar
WOW Your Donors With New Custom Major & Blended Gifts Proposals
Are you looking for a way to motivate new donors to join your current or upcoming campaign? Do you need a new way to show your existing supporters that their gifts count? As part of the CresPro cloud software release, Crescendo included new four-page color marketing proposals for major, blended and planned gifts.
Available to GiftLegacy Pro users, these "magazine-quality" proposals can be customized using your branding, images, personalized text and more. This seminar is designed to teach you how to produce the same kind of proposals used by charities with billion dollar campaigns at a fraction of the time and cost. Discover how to create custom donor proposals for your organization that will WOW your donors to make a greater impact on your work.
- Custom Donor Proposals
- Making Your Gift Case
- Motivate Your Donor with Pictures
- Proposals for Endowment, Scholarships, Faculty Chairs and Capital Projects
- Blended Gifts and BoomerTrillion
- Blended Gifts Strategies and Exercises
- CresPro and CresPrint for Effective "Triple Personalization" Proposals
- Maximize Your Loyal Donor Total Value with Blended Gifts
- Web, Email and Social Media Marketing for Major and Blended Gifts
- Marketing Success
What People Are Saying
We are proud to have had the following organizations, among many others, as part of our planned giving seminars:
"Crescendo's Blended Gifts Seminar was extremely valuable. The hands on experience was very helpful, and the instruction was outstanding. This is a great seminar for planned giving and major gift officers alike"
— Natalie L. Decker, J.D.
Director of Gift Planning
The Salvation Army Intermountain Division
"Crescendo has hit a home run with this seminar. Using the blended gifts concept — the sky's the limit for donors and charity. This seminar has tremendous value for organizations like ours! The information is right on target for incorporating into a holistic charitable gift planning model. I especially liked the marketing/donor education ideas and how the concept will help us build collaborations with professional advisors."
— Terry Balko
Boys and Girls Clubs of America