Why Your High-Capacity Donors Aren’t Giving More

by | October 17, 2019

Every church has high-capacity donors.

Depending on the size and location of your church, you may define who qualifies as a high-capacity donor differently. Not only are they already present in your church, it’s also likely they aren’t being inspired to give at their full capacity. And this could have a massive impact on your capacity to do more ministry.

In his latest video blog, Joe Park, Managing Partner at Horizons Stewardship, unpacks some important questions about cultivating high-capacity donors:

  • Who are they?
  • What motivates them?
  • How do I engage them?

Watch now!

Did you miss the rest of the Giving Intelligence series? Do you want access to a variety of practical tools to help you cultivate a culture of generosity in your church? Visit our Giving365 resource center.

Click here to request a free 20 minute consultation by a Horizons Ministry Strategist about how your church can increase ministry funding and improve discipleship through a process we call Next Level Generosity.

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