The basis of great donor relationships is communication. Your alumni supports you, but if you want them to give on a regular basis, you’ll need to cultivate them properly. During this webinar, you’ll learn eight great ways to easily stay in touch with your alumni. We’ll review what you should be saying to them – and when – to make sure that they give more to your school each and every year.
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