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1 List to Reach New Donors

December 18, 2023

Christmas is a great time to reach out to potential new donors, and you can run this list to make sure you’re reaching out to […]

Top 5 metrics to follow in GivFlow

GivFlow does a lot, so let’s look at 5 *things* that might be useful for you right now. 1. Budget Analysis Report So many churches […]

Evan and Chris from PCOGuru talk giving!

September 27, 2023

Incase you missed it, GivFlow (a.k.a. PCOMVP) joined up with Chris over at PCOGuru to talk Planning Center Giving and GivFlow. Some quick highlights include; […]

2 EASY ways to increase giving TODAY.

September 26, 2023

Not clickbait. These are 2 low hanging fruit opportunities to increase giving. Look, we know that main goal of the church isn’t to increase giving […]

4 groups of donors to reach out to for EOY giving.

We’re getting closer to Christmas and end of year giving – should we be doing anything different? Yes! You should. I find that most churches […]

The GivFlow Budget Analysis Report.

September 8, 2022

It’s budget season, and you don’t know where to start. Introducing the GivFlow budget analysis report. Here’s the thing, GivFlow is great about making things […]

Reduce the number of lapsed donors over the summer!

June 24, 2022

We all know giving is typically down over the summer, but why? We’ve all seen a dip in giving over the summer – vacation, pool […]

Challenge these people to give more this Christmas.

December 16, 2021

One of the things we implemented in GivFlow that didn’t work out like we though, was tracking an “increased”, “decreased”, or “constant” status relative to […]

The 2 best Planning Center Lists You Can Implement w/ GivFlow Today.

October 5, 2021

GivFlow is super powerful! I’ll be honest, though. Planning Center might be more powerful as a whole – it has more data than we do! […]

Introducing, GivFlow – increase donor retention and grow your church.

September 23, 2021

The year is 2021 and the majority of churches have yet to see in-person attendance back to what it was before Covid rocked the world. […]