Annual fundraising appeals are the letters (or emails) you send out to supporters throughout the year in which you make your case for them to donate.

Why Year End Giving?
1.Reach Out to Prior Donors

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2. Produce a Creative, Attention-Grabbing Campaign

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3. Explain the Problem and How Your Organization Helps

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Donate To Year End Giving

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