Handcrafted, custom keepsakes can benefit nearly every industry. From religious organizations to historical museums, each industry can use custom keepsakes to generate revenue, thank those that support them and commemorate special events or anniversaries. Creating a new design each year will turn your supporters into annual collectors solidifying their support for years to come.
Here are just some of the many industries that could benefit from selling custom keepsakes.
Non-profit organizations aren’t just looking to raise revenue. They’re also trying to raise awareness about their specific cause. A custom keepsake, thankfully, can do both. By selling custom keepsakes, you can generate revenue while also providing a unique way to raise awareness by letting the custom keepsake advertise for you.
A religious organization can use custom keepsakes in several ways. Not only are they a great way to increase donations, but they also allow supporters and visitors to celebrate their faith and their mission by taking home an ornament as a symbol of remembrance.
State and cities, military branches, and other government organizations all try to rally pride in their country and its history. You can do just that with a custom keepsake. You can even have an annual ornament program that can turn donors into lifelong collectors, generating further revenue, and tying supporters to your cause.
Collegiate and Alumni organizations all have enormous pride in their school. As such, they want to be able to share that pride with others. And what better way to do this than through a collegiate-themed custom keepsake? Not only can it instill school spirit, but custom keepsakes can also be used as a way to encourage annual donations from long-time donors and alumni.
Historical Societies and Museums
Historical societies and museums not only have to keep their lights running—they also have to take care of historical buildings and other items in order to preserve our nation’s history. Custom keepsakes can help with this by generating much-needed revenue for our historical sites. They can also share and instill pride in our nation’s history.