Tag Archives: Online Donations

5 Tips for Election Year Fundraising

July 29, 2016 — 

Are donors more cash-strapped during an election year? Survey says… Now that the national nominating conventions are over for the country’s two largest political parties, many nonprofits are left wondering how the coming general election will shape their own fundraising campaigns. As…Read more…

Free Software: Too Good to Be True

June 13, 2016 — 

Free software may cost more than you think. Imagine you’re in the market to buy a car. When doing research, what do you look for? Does it have to be sporty? Have 4-wheel drive? Will you only consider blue cars? Or cars with leather…Read more…

Cause Marketing For Every Nonprofit

May 30, 2016 — 

If you’ve ever seen or heard the phrase “a portion of the proceeds will be donated,” then you may already familiar with cause marketing. Cause marketing is when a for-profit business and a nonprofit charity combine their efforts to benefit each other…Read more…

Red Nose Day is Back to Fight Childhood Poverty

May 18, 2016 — 

Red Nose Day celebrates its second annual U.S. fundraising drive with big names and big laughs Childhood poverty is a heartbreaking reality for thousands of children in this country and millions across the globe. Luckily, Red Nose Day is once…Read more…

New Facebook for Nonprofits Misses The Mark

February 15, 2016 — 

Earlier this month, a new Facebook site geared toward nonprofits debuted to fanfare and media exposure. This new website, aptly named Facebook for Nonprofits, aims to help organizations by making it easier for nonprofits to set up and manage a Facebook page….Read more…

REPORT: Creating Better Donor Relationships

January 14, 2016 — 

It’s not easy to build lifelong donor relationships. Doing so requires a commitment to change your fundraising culture by moving past outdated methods and toward a more comprehensive view of donor relationships. It can sometimes be a daunting prospect to shift from…Read more…

Creating Nonprofit Visual Impact

November 23, 2015 — 

Hack your nonprofit’s “elevator pitch” with visuals to attract donors more quickly and effectively. In today’s high-speed world, attention spans are shorter than ever. (Even shorter than that of a goldfish.) Nowadays, instead of getting our news the old-fashioned way — 60 Minutes,…Read more…

The Care & Feeding of Major Donors

November 11, 2015 — 

However you define them, major donors mean big business for nonprofits. This is why major donors can often seem intimidating to many fundraisers, even seasoned development officers with great track records. But it doesn’t have to be this way! Read on for…Read more…

The Generous Generation: Millennials & Nonprofits

October 27, 2015 — 

It’s tempting for nonprofits to court Millennials. For starters, there are over 80 million of them. In fact, 2015 marks the first year that Millennials outnumber Baby Boomers as the largest living American generation. Earlier this year, they surpassed Generation X to become…Read more…

Nonprofits And New Technology

September 30, 2015 — 

In the early days of the California gold rush, Americans with urgent messages for the western frontier were confronted with a problem. The westernmost United States Post Office was located near the very heart of the country in St. Joseph, Missouri, barely 200 miles west of the Mississippi…Read more…

5 Fundraising Lessons from 2016 Presidential Candidates

July 24, 2015 — 

While most nonprofits can’t enlist the help of Super PACs to raise millions, there are still plenty of fundraising and marketing lessons to learn from the current crop of presidential hopefuls. According to the Federal Elections Commission, over $400 million has already…Read more…