Ly Ho, Client Relations Manager at Snap! Advance and students from the University of Portland discuss the impact of Pilots Give 2018, the University of Portland’s first ever Giving Day. The Snap! Advance platform provides an easy way for donors to give directly to the programs that they are most passionate about.
Last April, Notre Dame achieved over 21,000 gifts for their 29 hour Notre Dame Day. The number of gifts received for their Giving Day is considered the largest within higher education. One of the goals for Notre Dame was to give everyone that contributed a gift the feeling that their gift, regardless of how small […]
Amy Eaton, Director of Development for the University of Portland and Scott Heric, Chief of Staff at Snap! Advance discuss how UP launched their first ever Giving Day. Through their partnerships with schools, departments, and divisions across campus, #PilotsGive raised nearly $700,000 from 2,771 donors in 24 hours, shattering their initial goal of 1,000 donors.
Giving Day success relies upon the ability to use multiple campus groups to engage a large group of potential donors. Using crowdfunding principals, those that visit the Giving Day site can share via social to try and convince enough people to contribute. In addition to our Giving Day platform, we are going to look at […]
Upcoming Webinars Title: The Snap! Advance Email Module Type: Presentation Date: Thursday, April 6 at 2:00 PM EST The Snap! Advance blog provides numerous articles about email and how to increase your overall email intelligence when engaging your donors. Email Schedule for Giving Days Email Marketing & Automation Snap! Advance Interaction Filters Segmentation of Emails […]
Whether you are planning your first Giving Day or tweaking your fifth, coordinating a consistent message takes time, effort, and energy from various stake holders. Some of you may have experienced in the past, the disconnect, when using a third-party vendor in a campaign like Giving Day, is between the marketing produced messaging/ branding and how […]