Engagement Plans and the Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP)
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|Description||With the release of the latest version of the Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP) 3.0 comes a new feature called Engagement Plans. This article describes what are Engagement Plans and how to set them up in NPSP.
An Engagement Plan is a set of tasks (literally a “plan”) that helps you engage with your constituents. The most common example of an Engagement Plan is a plan that helps you track engagement activities for Major Gifts. Major donors (that is donors who are giving extremely large amounts of money to your organization) typically require a deeper level of engagement than your average donor. For example, an Engagement Plan with a major donor might include calling that donor to schedule a lunch, then having the lunch with the donor, then sending a follow-up email to the donor, and so on. You'd set up each of these activities as a task on the Engagement Plan, to be completed by a scheduled date.
Engagement plans can be kicked-off manually by a development officer or automatically when used in conjunction with Levels. If used with Levels, the Engagement Plan starts when a donor reaches a certain Level, such as Platinum Donor. For more information, see Create and Manage Levels.
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