Helping Donors Thrive

This concept of doing something for your donors doesn’t mean giving them some tangible gift although that’s a nice way to express your gratitude. Doing something for your donors involves the intangible gift of including them in your mission to change lives for eternity. Paul referred to his relationship to the Philippian church as a “partnership in the gospel” (Phil. 1:5). They were partners because they gave generously time and time again to share in his troubles (Phil. 4:14-16). They saw themselves as co-workers. Here are three ways to treat your donors like full partners.
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