January is a great time to cultivate all the donors who gave to your organization in 2017. And one way to cultivate those who gave last year is by sending a thank you letter that shares the many accomplishments their 2017 gifts made possible. As an added benefit for your donors, this letter should also include a summary of all 2017 gifts that can be used for tax purposes.
It’s not too late to prepare and send an annual acknowledgement letter to your 2017 donors. So listen to this week’s bonus break to quickly learn what this letter should include.
You can also read the blog post at The Successful Nonprofits Blog Here.
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