Swipe Right for Donors: How Building a Brand of Attraction Connects You to Long-Term, Loyal Donors
Do you ever feel like finding your dream donor is like finding a dream date? How can you connect with those like-minded people who share your organization’s passion and mission?
Why Gen Z is Compelled to Do Good
As Gen Z age into the workforce and gain financial independence, nonprofits must adapt their fundraising initiatives to fit the profile of these new potential contributors.
Growing Your Social Donor Base
The future of fundraising is social, and Social Donors will play an important role in helping nonprofits reach their fundraising goals.
5 Proven Strategies for Converting Volunteers to Donors
87% of volunteers say there is a relationship between their volunteer behavior and the causes they support financially.
What Traits do America’s Favorite Charities Share?
If you could only support one charitable organization, which organization would it be? Grey Matter dives in to find out what traits America’s favorite charities share.
Using Charity Watchdogs to Your Advantage
An organization’s impact is ultimately measured by its progress towards their mission rather than its financial performance at a specific point in time. The insights shared when filing a well-crafted Form 990 and by providing appropriate additional insight can help reassure a donor that they should stay involved for the long haul.
Major State Charitable Solicitation Deadlines are Approaching
By discussing proactive filing of Form 990 in this and future years with your tax preparer, your organization will be able to prevent last minute scrambling and effectively meet your state charitable solicitation renewal deadlines.
Funding Innovation in the Nonprofit Sector
What can nonprofits do to bridge their resource gap and allocate, or secure, the funds to innovate? BDO's Andrea Wilson offers four avenues toward innovation.
Three Questions Nonprofits Must Ask Corporate Sponsors
Strong partnerships are built through honest relationships and communications. In order to create this kind of relationship, nonprofits need to ask three questions of any potential funder before the relationship begins.
Charitable Giving Seen As Subjective Decision Even In The Face Of Objective Information
If the goal is to further the effective-altruism movement and maximize welfare, providing more information may not be enough to change how people choose to spend their money on charities. The key may lie in altering how people think about charity altogether.