Nonprofit Ticketing Solutions

Event promotion meets donor development.

Theaters, college venues, film festivals, gardens & tours rely on ticketing to track event attendees, seating, and extras. And now, Agile Ticketing can help nonprofit arts organizations convert ticket buyers into donors through a seamless integration with DonorPerfect.

Pairing DonorPerfect with Agile Ticketing enables you to:
  • Create and manage e-tickets for your events online.
  • Promote and sell tickets to your event via email and social media.
  • Use graphic seating charts to display pricing and availability.
  • Instantly update donor records with attendance information in DonorPerfect.

Belcourt Theater makes the case for Agile Ticketing.

The Belcourt Theatre is Nashville’s home for the best of independent, documentary, world and repertory film 365 days/year. It is the only nonprofit theatre of its kind in Nashville.

The Situation

The organization’s attendance and cultural and educational programs were growing as the facility was crumbling. With no major work done for over 50 years, the building lacked critical safety and accessibility features, and could no longer accommodate the growing needs of its patrons. Though attendance and membership had increased steadily, the organization had done little to pursue major gifts.

The Solution

The theatre screened its list of 9,000 members, donors and patrons which it had collected in Agile Ticketing with DonorSearch, and discovered more than half were potential major donors. The screening uncovered a number of connections between Belcourt board members, supports and staff and potential major donors, as well as projected ask amounts. That data was loaded into DonorPerfect to manage. The theatre also rebranded itself to raise awareness of their status as a nonprofit.

The Results

Over $2.2 million alone was raised from 50 donors. The theatre began the renovations when it raised 80% of its original goal; the goal was later increased to $5 million. Reconstruction was completed in 2016. The theatre also reinvigorated its sustaining annual giving society, the Hillsboro Society, as a way to recruit and further cultivate new major donors as discovered through extensive research from the capital campaign.

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