A Unique Approach to Fundraising
Our custom fundraising and outreach programs are designed to effectively and efficiently cultivate, solicit, and steward our clients’ constituents. By utilizing RuffaloCODY’s on-campus or off-site program management, your organization could see a dramatic increase in results.
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Reach More Donors. Raise More Dollars.
Through our data-driven, multichannel approach, our clients are able to reach more potential donors while building a foundation of consistent support and identify major donor prospects. To put it simply, we can help you reach new and old supporters more efficiently so that you can better manage your time and efforts.
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Excellence is Expected
We understand the challenges our clients face because we face them together – making their goals, our goals. Furthermore, our staff members have a vast amount of experience in their areas of the fundraising industry – and many have worked within organizations like yours.
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FROM OUR BLOG
- September 19, 2014
There is no doubt we are living in a multichannel fundraising world, but using more channels does not necessarily mean you’re effectively communicating with donors. Instead of continually adding channels, consider using channel optimization to increase efficiency instead of quantity and to enhance holistic results for your annual giving program.
- September 4, 2014
The average email subscriber receives over 400 commercial messages per month. We’re all also receiving numerous charitable appeals through multiple channels. It’s a crowded field.
It’s called the Attention Economy, and we’re all fighting for a share of it. Just take a look at a quick list of how our outreach to donors has changed:
- August 29, 2014
Labor Day weekend marks the opening of the 2014 college football season. For many colleges and universities in the United States, football Saturdays are some of the most visible days of the entire year and can provide a common rallying opportunity for all alumni, regardless of whether he or she is a big sports fan.
QUESTIONS TO CONSIDER:
Q: How do you compare to your peer institutions?