Why Micro-Donations Are the Future of Fundraising
While a micro-donation of $25 may not seem like it’s worth a ton of time or investment to cultivate, it may actually cost your organization to ignore these smaller donations.
A Meaningful Sustainable Finance Commitment
Through their sustainable finance commitment, Wells Fargo hopes to share key learnings with peer banks and nonprofits to contribute to best practices and a unified approach on climate financing.
Keeping Up With The Mail
If you work for a nonprofit with alumni, donors, and advisors in other countries, mailing addresses in your database may have changed without your knowledge - and may be useless the next time you send reports, event invitations, or donation request letters.
The Overhead Ratio Mindset
Grey Matter Research’s Ron Sellers shares findings from The Donor Mindset Study, which explores donors’ perceoptions about overhead ratios and the organizations they favor.
Five Easy Ways to Grow Your Donor Base
It doesn’t take fancy or expensive plans to grow the reach of your organization. OneCause's Karrie Wozniak shares easy ways to amplify your efforts.
Leveraging Bitcoin For Global Philanthropic Impact
By taking advantage of efficiencies created by Bitcoin technology, and the greater blockchain network, nonprofit organizations can pave a data roadmap that will streamline processes, add value, and increase social impact globally.
Private to Public; Institutions to Individuals
As social impact investing expands to an ever-growing group of institutional and individual investors, the investment banking community will continue to find creative ways to meet the increasing demand for social impact investments, working with nonprofits to identify capital market solutions.
Philanthropic Foundations React Dynamically But Intentionally to External Pressures
As foundations change and evolve, nonprofits must also adapt to the dynamic landscape of foundation operations, particularly in three key areas.
The Three Plus Three Approach: Six Fundamentals for Building a Mid-Level Strategy Your Donors (and Colleagues) Will Love
The process of launching a highly personalized mid-level program is not only worth the effort to drive more revenue and stronger donor relationships, it will likely teach your organization something about your donors you didn’t know before and can even create stronger internal collaboration across departments.
Personalize the Donor Experience
Breaking down segmentation based on in-depth knowledge of nonprofit audiences is an important first step toward engaging supporters and encouraging greater support.