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Donor retention

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This article offers strategies and tips for nonprofit organizations looking to increase their donor retention rate.

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Soup or Socks: one by one story

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Soup or Socks (SOS), a nonprofit organization, was the recipient of a promotional products grant through 4imprint's one by one charitable giving program.

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Mobile wallet

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This enewsletter discusses the benefits mobile wallet can have on your nonprofit as well as tips on how to integrate it into fundraising efforts.

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Mobile wallet – Canada

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This enewsletter discusses the benefits mobile wallet can have on your nonprofit as well as tips on how to integrate it into fundraising efforts.

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Children’s Hospital Foundation: one by one story

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Children's Hospital Foundation, a nonprofit organization in Oklahoma, was the recipient of a promotional products grant.

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MADD York Region: one by one story

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MADD York Region, a nonprofit organization in Canada, was the recipient of a promotional products grant through 4imprint's one by one program.

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Should your nonprofit accept credit cards – Canada

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This enewsletter discusses the pros and cons for those nonprofits wondering whether or not to accept credit cards.

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Should your nonprofit accept credit cards

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This enewsletter discusses the pros and cons for those nonprofits wondering whether or not to accept credit cards.

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Women in Science: one by one story

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Women in Science, a nonprofit organization, was the recipient of a promotional products grant through 4imprint's one by one charitable giving program.

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Emergency management planning – Canada

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Next year’s school planning is already underway, and your teams are likely knee deep in budgeting, staffing and curriculum adopting, among other things.

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