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We understand the tremendous effort, passion, and dedication imperative for the successful management of any not-for-profit organization. We understand the true " Spirit of service "and we therefore can help you fulfill your mission. SJE Concepts celebrates the work of making a difference and we recognize the tremendous effort, passion, and dedication necessary for any not-for-profit organization. SJE Concepts is more than a consulting company; we are ready to guide non-profits to the next level by transforming ideas and creativity into reality. We are a boutique company specializing in creative and unique concepts. With more than 16 years of experience in creative development, marketing, branding, statewide campaigns, event coordination and fundraising, we have in-depth understanding of the unique challenges facing non-profits. Knowledgeable, experienced, and well-equipped, we want to passionately partner with you to make a significant impact for the organization.
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SJE Concepts, Inc. was launched in 2002, by Staci Ehrenkrantz. The company was born out of an idea that Staci wanted to do something to make a difference and give back. As the daughter of a breast cancer survivor, Staci intimately understood the need for additional funding, research and education to eradicate this devastating disease. Sitting in traffic, she noticed a specialty plate and asked “why is not there a specialty plate in the state of Florida to help benefit breast cancer research and education?” This led her to conceive and enact Florida’s first medical specialty license plate: “End Breast Cancer.” To date, the breast cancer awareness plate has generated over $6 million for the Florida Breast Cancer Coalition.
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We build professional relationships with clients, vendors, sponsors, and partners. We specialize in turning concepts into results. We pull out all the stops to get the job done. Special projects are a part of this work and we want to partner with you to further your mission.
The true essence of philanthropy consists of compassion, love and a tireless passion. Recognizing the importance of philanthropy and giving back, SJE Concepts endorses the Keep Kids Smiling Fund, which supports the well-being of children and youth through The Miami Foundation’s annual Community Grants program.
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The Future of Donor Acquisition Is Digital
Monthly giving is seeing double-digit increases in year-over-year growth, and for good reason. Nonprofits depend on a continuously scalable base of donors and revenue to fund their important missions and services. Among the many options in an organization’s fundraising portfolio, monthly giving offers a more reliable, steady income stream that is resilient to economic ups and downs. However, for many nonprofits, growing their base of donors is challenging and expensive. While direct mail is a significant contributor and the primary acquisition channel for many nonprofits’ direct marketing fundraising programs, it has become increasingly less efficient. Combined with the changing habits of consumers and the massive shift to online across industries, it is easy to understand why nonprofits are struggling to fill their donor pipeline. Nonprofits need a new acquisition tactic in their fundraising portfolio; one that helps them reach current and future generations of donors, many of whom prefer to engage online and in a cost-effective, scalable model. Consumer Shift to Digital U.S. consumer media habits continue to shift to online, with a crossover point expected in 2018—when the average daily online media consumption will exceed all offline media (e.g. TV, print and radio). Today’s donors are increasingly digital, with most of the U.S. adult Internet population engaging daily in Facebook (172 million users), watching digital videos (221 million users) and listening to digital audio (121 million users). The smartphone in everyone’s pocket is constantly being used to snap photos, post updates on social networks, text and call friends. Increasingly, consumers are using dual mobile devices (e.g. tablet and smartphone), increasing their consumption of media and interaction online. Nonprofits are responding to this trend and increasing their commitment to online fundraising. Merkle’s “2017 Nonprofit Digital Benchmark Report” researched the online practices of 79 nonprofits with annual revenue of $10 million or more. The research discovered that large organizations commit 16.2 percent of overall direct-response budgets to online fundraising to bring in online revenue equal to 15 percent of total direct-response revenue. This is an increase from other industry benchmarks in recent years, which reported online revenue between five and 10 percent of direct-response revenue. The findings demonstrate the increasing role digital is playing in the industry, and that the biggest organizations continue to expand their commitment to online fundraising, in order to meet donors where they live—increasingly online and via mobile—and in an effort to reach younger, more digitally active donors. Digital Acquisition: Why Monthly Giving? Donors are online. Yet nonprofits lack a scalable, cost-effective acquisition solution to reach them. But there is a way forward. Monthly giving offers a solution to solve both problems ...