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Put the Donor First
EverTrue’s advancement automation software helps you bring in new donors and retain existing supporters. Create smart segments, personalize every appeal, turn consistent alumni into leadership donors, empower volunteers, and deliver beautiful giving experiences.
- Connect donor interests to giving opportunities
- Quickly segment lists for appeals
- Build and manage a volunteer program
- Find new leadership donors
- Personalize the giving experience
- Power crowdfunding and giving day efforts
Deliver Better Appeals
TrueView insights makes segmentation simple. Personalize every appeal by connecting your asks directly to donors’ interests, engagement level, and giving history.
Amplify Peer-to-Peer Outreach
Managing your volunteer fundraising program just got a whole lot easier. Identify and recruit your most engaged donors to become volunteers, then give them modern tools and up-to-the-minute information to secure gifts from classmates and friends.
Identify New Leadership Donors
Let’s grow that list of leadership donors. EverTrue searches and automated alerts give you the information you need to move consistent supporters to the next level.
Create Beautiful—and Powerful—Giving Pages
Build unlimited, mobile-friendly giving pages that match the look-and-feel of your latest appeal, campaign, or crowdfunding initiative. Promote first-time or recurring gifts. Use real-time analytics to measure success.
Jim Husson has seen it all in his 30+ year career in fundraising. He started his advancement career as the Assistant Director of the Annual Fund at Northfield Mount Hermon. He is currently the Senior Vice President of University
Let’s think about your donor experience as an alum. What if when you gave to your alma mater… You got a thank-you phone call. From someone who asked why you gave back and if they could get you more information
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