The Art of Cross Referencing

I’m able to access so much information by gathering donor and prospect information such as the following examples:

  • The church they attend.
  • The name of their spouse.
  • The person who referred them.
  • Their giving interests.
  • Their profession.
  • The name of their secretary.

Having all this information enables me to find the name of the donor or prospect in several ways. For example, if I forgot the last name of the donor but I remember that they go to a particular church, I can search under their church name and quickly fine their last name.

The art of cross-referencing is a tremendous way of making sure you can access data that you need.

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