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#63: 3 easy automations that improve the donor experience—without having to code, with Daniel Lombardi

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Do you shy away from building custom online experiences and automations because you think you need to hire a developer or know how to code?

The good news is there are more and more completely no-code solutions available to nonprofits to actually build custom workflows and improve the donor experience. 

You don’t need to be a developer in order to build something that will improve your efficiency and make the giving experience more enjoyable for your donors.

In fact, today you’ll hear from a frontline fundraiser who’s been experimenting with no-code and sharing his complete setup and systems. 

Daniel Lombardi is the VP of Donor Success & Revenue for Grand River Hospital Foundation. 

He has over 10 years experience in the nonprofit sector, and currently focuses on using technology to improve traditional fundraising methods and processes.

On today’s episode, Dan will share how he built custom no-code workflows for:

  • Thank you emails
  • Bulk emailing donors
  • Tax Receipts

Listen closely for a very helpful tip from Dan on how they manage to send 1:1, personal emails to thousands of donors at a time. 

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