Time for an Employee Giving Program Check-up!
When it comes to annual check-ups we make it a priority to visit the doctor, dentist or even a vehicle inspection. Although many of us put it off as long as we can, or even avoid it all together. Why? Fear of bad news, fear of being judged, fear of costs, fear of change…the list goes on. But check-ups are necessary and good for us. The same holds true with your employee giving program. No better time than now to get started. Not sure where to begin? Here are some best practices to get you started. For more advice on your employee giving strategy, please complete the short survey below.
Five Steps to Plan Your 2019 Success:
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- Reflect – What were the attitudes, reactions and feelings of your employees and management toward your giving endeavors last year? What did you feel went well? What did you feel did not?
- Review & Revise – What were the actual numbers? (2018 goals vs. results) Where did you exceed your goals? Where did you fall short? Now that you’ve reviewed your 2018 results, how do you revise and set your 2019 goals accordingly?
- Retool - What do you need to change, upgrade, add or subtract from your 2018 initiatives to meet your 2019 goals? Technology? Awareness? Manpower?
- Reengage – What are you going to do differently in 2019 to reengage your employees and management? Messaging? VIP programs? Dollars for Doers? Team/Dept. Competitions?
- Results – If you do all of the steps above, how are you going to measure your 2019 campaigns to show ROI both internally (bottom line) and externally (social impact)?
America’s Charities recognizes the importance of evaluating programs annually to gauge success and areas that need improvement, and our clients value our support and expertise. Our clients recognize on average a 10% increase in pledge volume year over year using our services.
We would like to offer that same quality and level of support to your organization. Ready to get started?