Education Luncheon: Generosity Experience Design: Cultivating Recurring Donors

Cultivating Recurring Donors

Embark on a transformative journey with a special session dedicated to converting one-time donors into steadfast supporters. This immersive 60-minute workshop is structured to provide you with the essential skills needed to apply Generosity Experience Design principles effectively and build trust by leveraging technology to connect with people.

In this session, we’ll dive deep into the art and science of nurturing one-time contributors into recurring donors. We’ll explore the significance of leveraging data to decode donor motivations, anticipate behavioral patterns, and craft compelling appeals using artificial intelligence.

Learning Outcomes:

  • Mastering Donor Data Interpretation: Gain proficiency in analyzing donor data to unearth underlying motivations, enabling you to tailor your engagement strategies effectively.
  • Predictive Donor Behavior Insights: Develop the ability to use motivational insights to predict and influence donor actions, focusing on strategies that encourage the transition to recurring giving.
  • AI-Driven Engagement Strategies: Discover the role of artificial intelligence in shaping powerful donor appeals, enhancing your ability to connect with donors on a personal level and inspire continued support.

Join us to elevate your fundraising approach, where data-driven insights, predictive analytics, and innovative technology converge to transform one-time donors into lifelong patrons. Together, we’ll redefine the landscape of donor engagement and generosity.


Our Presenter:

Tim Sarrantonio – Director of Corporate Brand at Neon One

Tim Sarrantonio is an internationally renowned speaker on generosity, technology, and the trends in the social good sector. After helping various causes raise over $3 million, he then moved into providing support for thousands of nonprofits through his work at Neon One. He has spoken at AFPICON, NTC, TEDx, and holds a Certificate in Philanthropic Psychology from the Institute for Sustainable Philanthropy. He lives in Niskayuna with his lovely wife, three lovely daughters, and a deep love of the Adirondacks.




Date: Thursday, April 25, 2024
11:30 AM Registration and Networking
12:00-1:30 PM Lunch and Program
Location: Elicit Brewing, 111 Old Black Rock Turnpike, Fairfield, CT 06824

Luncheon Fee

*GUEST of AFP Member – $45

A BENEFIT for all AFP-Fairfield County Chapter Members! We encourage you to invite a prospective member to an AFP educational program at a special rate of $45.
*Reservations can be made online by the guest, but the Member must attend the event. Walk-in guests will not qualify for special rate. Guests may only receive a special guest rate one time.