Whether for alumni relations, annual giving, or student success, P2P texting helps you connect and convert.
In an era where emails get ignored, your social media posts get buried, and your direct mail gets tossed in the recycling bin, choose a better way: one-to-one text messages with ThruText. It’s fast, easy, and makes your message impossible to ignore.
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All you need is name
and phone number. We
scrub out the landlines.
Draft an initial message
with recipient name or
any other custom field.
Texters collect data
based on questions
Texters send messages
and have conversations with anyone who replies.
Since 2016, we’ve helped over 1,000 organizations send over 200 million messages. Here’s some reasons why our clients choose ThruText.
Colleges, universities, and independent schools across the country are using ThruText for annual giving, alumni relations, student communication, and more.
P2P texting helps a prestigious liberal arts college meet their fundraising goals while strengthening relationships with students and alumni.
The digital fundraising team at the number one public university in the world found that donors who receive text messages as part of pledge follow-up fulfill at twice the rate of those who haven’t been texted.
A top-ranked liberal arts college uses texting for giving campaigns and challenges, pledge fulfillment, stewardship, and more.
ThruText's simple, affordable pricing can fit with any size budget.
Reach your students, alumni and supporters with plans that are built to fit the way schools text.
Since 2016, we’ve helped over 250 colleges, universities, and independent schools send over 10 million text messages to their students and alumni.
"ThruText was tremendously helpful in alerting our alumni and friends to Tiger Athletics Give Day. We were able to text 14,000 people without a hitch, and ended up raising a record $3.1 million!"
Assistant Manager Athletics Advancement