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Building a recurring donor program that works: A conversation with charity: water

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You already know why a recurring giving program is so important to your organization, but do you know how to get started? What are the most critical components? How do you measure your program's success?

Join this conversation with Tyler Riewer, Brand Content Lead at charity: water, and Justin Wheeler, CEO and Co-founder of Funraise, about building and maintaining a recurring donor program that works on many levels. Engage your donors and increase loyalty, reduce attrition, lower operation costs, and establish a more predictable revenue stream - and when you spend less time focused on finances, you'll have more time to spend on your cause.

Tyler plays an instrumental role in the strategy behind charity: water's monthly giving program; he'll share what he believes to be the most valuable components to inspire people to give every single month. Hear how charity: water has not only built a community of donors, but has helped influence the future of charitable giving by building a culture that will be a legacy for generations to come.

Speakers
Tyler Riewer, Brand Content Lead charity: water

Tyler Riewer

Brand Content Lead
charity: water

Tyler Riewer is the Brand Content Lead at charity: water, a nonprofit organization on a mission to bring clean water to everyone on the planet. He has the privilege of traveling around the world to meet the people charity: water serves and telling stories about the impact of their work.

Justin Wheeler, CEO and Co-founder Funraise

Justin Wheeler

CEO and Co-founder
Funraise

As a social entrepreneur, Justin helped start two successful nonprofits, both of which became multi-million dollar organizations. He brings over 10 years of experience from the nonprofit sector and was an early team member of Invisible Children, which raised over $50M in the first 8 years of operation.

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