It's easy to lose members if you're not paying attention. Tools that help you manage missed payments will help retain your valuable supporters. Additionally, you can leverage data to measure success and develop an acquisition strategy.
Pull reports to identify trends in member behavior. Quickly scan for missed payments or lapsed memberships.
If you have a parent organization with chapters, a CRM will help you keep all the information synced and organized.
Everything in One Place
No more waiting for individual reports to have complete data. Contacts, membership history, and communication are all saved in the CRM.
When Membership Matters
How It's Different
If your nonprofit accepts members, the process is a little different than it is with standard donors.
What is the difference between donors and members?
Members usually join an organization because there is value in membership beyond just a philanthropic act. They might work for change that will benefit their industry or contribute their skills to advance science.
Does my nonprofit need members?
Most nonprofits run well with donors, sustainers, and major gifts. Membership is often tied to advocacy. If you attract a specialized set of supporters, it might make sense to create membership categories and communicate with them.
What are some benefits my nonprofit can offer members?
If it's applicable, your nonprofit can offer member communications and resources, events and forums, participation in calls, and position papers.
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You Never Knew It Could Be So Easy
If you have members, you know there's a lot you have to do to manage them. A nonprofit CRM can automate nearly every aspect of membership management, doing the work for you.