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Your organization has a large donor base, what is the simplest and easiest way to reach them? Once upon a time, it was a telephone call, and then it was an email. Now it is text messaging. According to industry reports, 97 percent of all text messages are read within the first 5 minutes of receipt. 

Text messaging can be used to in a variety of ways: notifying donors and volunteers, promoting coming events, managing event registration, raising awareness and mobilization for emergency. The easy way to manage your text message campaigns is to use an online texting service like IRIO. 

Use IRIO’s Text-4-to make it easy for potential donors and volunteers to receive additional information about your organization. All they have to do is text your keyword and they receive information about your organization. 

With IRIO, your organization can raise public awareness, get the word out about a fundraising event, or keep volunteers informed about activities. 

Need to share information about an upcoming event to your donor base? IRIOs Text-2-Community you can contact one person or hundreds of people in an instant, reducing the time spent communicating valuable information.

Also, IRIO offers mobile websites and widgets, so your donors can opt-in and subscribe to your text campaigns. The online mobile website can be customized based on your preference in color scheme and added to any part of your organization’s website. 

Please contact IRIO for pricing.

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