Fundwriter.ai uses the power of Artificial Intelligence (AI) to quickly write all sorts of projects for nonprofit development teams (appeals, proposals, prospect emails, social posts, and much more).
Fundwriter.ai is so good, in fact, that it has proven valuable to both mega organizations and new nonprofits. It allows anyone to produce surprisingly good first drafts in a fraction of the time, regardless of the level of expertise.
It feels like magic when I use Fundwriter. I have used it to help me write appeals, emails, thank you letters, and draft some 1- and 2-page proposals.
In fact, I am planning to post a how-to article to teach you how I go about writing a typical appeal with Fundwriter.
Rather than go on about Fundwriter’s benefits, I asked Fundwriter to write about itself.
I opened up one of Fundwriter’s appeal models (Appeal – Human Impact) and entered information as if Fundwriter.ai were a traditional nonprofit. I told it that the goal was to get readers to try Fundwriter.ai. (Normally, the “goal” would be “make a year-end gift,” or something along those lines.)
I spent about 5 minutes writing the “appeal” for Fundwriter. Here is what it wrote for me…
Beautiful communication leads to successful fundraising.
Dawn Sherman’s eyes were starting to glaze over. It was 8 p.m., and she was tired, hungry, and ready for bed. But she had one more thing left to do before she could call it a day: write one more appeal for Giving Tuesday.
She opened up the fundraising email template she had downloaded from her nonprofit’s website, but an hour later, she was still staring at what now seemed like gibberish. Dawn needed fresh eyes on the project to give it that last power wash before sending this out.
It was 8:30 pm when she remembered Fundwriter. Dawn quickly logged in and started to type.
Fundwriter is a writing assistant for nonprofit professionals. After two hours of typing, Dawn was done. Fundwriter had written 10 emails in one sitting. She sent them off to her boss for feedback, and they were ready to go in just one evening.
For Dawn, Fundwriter is the perfect way to help nonprofits grow and make a positive impact in the world. But Dawn’s not the only one who’s embraced Fundwriter.
“The default is to try to do everything, and it’s hard to get other people to help,” says Jennifer Lewis, an experienced nonprofit founder and CEO. “Fundwriter frees up time and energy for me.”
Jennifer has been using Fundwriter to write more appeals and meet more donors.
“It’s giving me back some of my sanity,” she says.
She’s had time to work on the proposal she had been waiting to write for months. And her social media feeds are full of polished, highly personalized content, which is good for everyone.
“Having a tool that helps you do your best work is what you want,” Jennifer says. “Fundwriter helps me do my best work.”
If you’re like Dawn and Jennifer, give Fundwriter a try. It’s free to use, and all you need is an email address.
Fundwriter wrote all of that in less than a minute.
Not bad for a robot!