Boost Your Easter & Passover Fundraising

BRL Admin


26 Mar

Boost Your Easter & Passover Fundraising

Boost Your Easter & Passover Fundraising

With Easter and Passover fast approaching, it’s time to ramp up your fundraising efforts and make the most out of this joyous season. Whether you’re running a promotion or raising money for your church, non-profit organization, or other righteous cause, reaching the right audience is crucial for success. And there’s no better way to connect with potential supporters than through targeted email marketing!

At, we understand the importance of reaching the right audience for your Easter fundraising campaigns. That’s why we offer a diverse range of email lists tailored to suit your specific needs, including Christian and Catholic email lists. And with Purim already underway and Passover around the corner, there’s never been a better time to engage with Jewish audiences as well.

Targeting Your Audience:

Easter isn’t just a time for chocolate eggs and bunnies; it’s a time for reflection, celebration, and generosity. Whether you’re a nonprofit organization, a church, or a cause looking to connect with your supporters, marketing with targeted email lists can help you reach individuals who are most likely to resonate with your message.

For example, take a look at this Purim email campaign for the Genesis 123 Foundation.

The Genesis 123 Foundation is a non-profit that looks to build bridges between Jews and Christians to support Israel and its people.  One way they have been working to fulfill their mission is to provide support for Israel’s soldiers and victims of PTSD from the current Israel-Hamas war.

Their latest appeal was able to tie in Purim holiday and its celebration of the liberation of Jews 2,500 years ago from the ancient Persian empire.  What’s also worth noting, is that they were able to target both Christian, Jewish, and conservative political lists with their Purim appeal.

Another example is from, a Catholic-focused website.  They rented Catholic email lists from to promote their online store for religious-based Easter gifts.

Faith-Based Marketing:

This is the value of faith-based marketing.   It goes beyond traditional advertising methods by tapping into the beliefs and values that drive individuals’ decisions. By leveraging email lists tailored to Christians, Catholics, and Jews, you can speak directly to your audience’s interests and motivations, fostering a deeper connection and increasing engagement with your Easter or Passover fundraising efforts.

And what better time is there than Easter?  This is a time of renewal and giving and there’s no better opportunity to inspire action and support for your cause.

Don’t Forget Passover:

Whether you’re targeting a Jewish or Christian audienc,  Passover holds immense significance for both faiths.

From celebrating freedom, redemption, and the covenant between God and the Jewish people or honoring the Last Supper that led to redemption from bondage and liberation from sin and death for Christians, Passover is an important time across both faiths and your marketing campaigns should provide an authentic acknowledgement when targeting these audiences.

So don’t delay.  Passover is the perfect time to supplement your faith-based marketing with our Christian, Catholic, and Jewish Email lists.


With Easter and Passover just around the corner and Purim in full swing, there’s still time to enhance your fundraising efforts and connect with your target audience through targeted email marketing.

Whether you’re focusing on Catholic, Christian, or Jewish communities, offers a range of options to help you reach individuals who are most likely to support your cause.

Whether you’re a church, a faith-based non-profit, or a political campaign, you don’t want to miss out on this opportunity to maximize your Easter fundraising success. Contact us today and we’ll help you start engaging with your audience in a meaningful and impactful way.

Let this season of celebration and renewal be the catalyst for positive change and generosity in your organization’s mission.