In this session our Director, Richard Docwra, is joined by is joined by Mark Barkaway, Head of Marketing & Income Generation at Albion in the Community – the charity arm of Brighton and Hove Albion football club – to explore ‘how to recruit new supporters cheaply and effectively‘.
ChangeStar have recently helped AITC to build their individual giving programme, regular giving scheme and recruitment plans, including touch point reviews. In this session we explore how to make the most of your charity’s ‘touch points’ to recruit new supporters. We also look at how to build a regular giving product, build an individual giving plan and much more. The session is essential for anyone wanting a cost-effective way to recruit new supporters – whether at a football club charity or any other charity.
Scroll down to see a picture of the regular giving welcome pack that we discuss in this session.
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This session was part of our series of Friday Fundraising Calls, which take place on the first Friday of every month (or thereabouts) and aim to bring fundraisers together and share some ideas and insights on how to do fundraising better. In each episode we are joined by a senior, experienced fundraiser to share their insights and experiences on a topic of particular practical interest and importance – from how to recruit new supporters to how to get the best from legacy appeals.
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Below is a picture of the welcome pack we developed with AITC for their regular giving scheme.
If you would like some help to build or improve your individual giving programme, do get in touch with us – email@example.com. We’ve decades of experience and success of working with large and small charities on strategy and creative to help them build their income.