Nonprofit leaders will need to be agile in their approach and expectations to fundraising programs. Business as usual just won’t do anymore!
Nonprofits should be transparent about current data policies and ensure that they adhere to stringent protocols. It’s just good business.
Does your organization measure what really matters when charting fundraising success? Manage your donor base like a financial asset.
Most donors give “through” an organization, not really “to” one. They give for the mission and the impact of the nonprofit.
More important than ever: donor prospects have become even more comfortable with digital interaction, consumption, and transactions.
From housekeeping to stewardship and multichannel planning, our Calendar Year End Checklist has priority steps for campaign planning.
Invoice emails reliably outperform and are a great option to supplement your calendar year-end fundraising campaigns.
Flexibility and pivoting quickly in response to current events can win favor with your supporters and make money for your organization.
As fundraisers, our job is to find compelling stories that clearly illustrate “why” a donor should support the causes sustain.
From pledge to marketing to fundraising, we heard voices from all over the system across generations; inclusive of BIPOC experiences; and representing different backgrounds and perspectives.