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5 Things That Drive You Crazy About Your Donor Database (and the Solution to Ease Your Pain)

You tense at the mere thought of searching your donor database for a small detail. You long to access your database from outside your office. You frequently cry, “There’s got to be an easier way to do this!”

Sound familiar? You’re not alone. From inefficiencies and crazy limitations to lack of flexibility — every day, donor databases drive nonprofit professionals mad.

At this online session, you’ll find out how new constituent relationship management (CRM) tools like Convio Common Ground™ not only relieve the top complaints about donor databases, but they also take your fundraising, marketing, and mission management to an entirely new level.

Webcast Dates:

August 24, 2010, 12pm—1pm ET (Free)

Visit https://www1.gotomeeting.com/register/333189689 to register.

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