Donorfy Training: Fundamentals II
About this course
Grow your Donorfy knowledge with Donorfy Training: Fundamentals II.
This 3-hour session is a follow-on course from Fundamentals I. On this course, you will learn about tags and how to use them, as well as activities and transactions. You will also have the opportunity practice for yourself within our training environment.
Whether you are new to Donorfy, or simply need to refresh your knowledge, this course is for you.
Before starting this course, we recommend taking our Donorfy Training: Fundamentals I training course.
Next Course: June 8th, 9.30am – 12.30pm
Course Delivery: Live Group Training by webinar
Price: £195 (+VAT)or sign up to our unlimited Donorfy Training Bundle
This course will cover:
The signing in process, navigation and helpful resources
Understand the different constituent types, profiles and how to add them
Learn how to connect your constituents together and build up a picture of their relationships and networks
Understand how to record and update the channels and preferences on a constituent’s record to comply with GDPR
Learn how to link individuals and companies together effectively
Learn how to manage your constituents by updating their records
Understand how to archive and delete constituent records
Leah from DonorCare will be delivering this Accelerator course. Recently she was awarded Highly Commended Fundraiser of the Year at the Institute of Fundraising Chilterns 2020 Fundraising Awards.
Leah has eight years of experience working within the not-for-profit sector, working in both Event Management and Community Fundraising. She has a wealth of experience working with both local and small charities, establishing successful Community Fundraising programmes to maximise income and build loyal relationships.
“It’s been a pleasure to work with DonorCare, and the impact your support will have will be far reaching. The move for us to a better, more efficient system, will cut costs, save time and help us raise more income to help people affected by homelessness in our community. So thank you!”