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.
Win Big With Big Data: A Nonprofit’s Guide to Data Analytics
Whether your nonprofit feeds the hungry or provides shelter for the homeless, you have the ability (and obligation) to make data-backed, objective decisions regarding service delivery and internal processes - your clients depend on it.
Making Media Attention Work for Your Nonprofit
Media coverage brings an array of attention to the work and mission of a nonprofit. Preparation is key, and coordination is encouraged for agency synchronicity.
Bitcoin: Fundraising for the Future
As the use of Bitcoin and cryptocurrency in general continues to grow, it’s critical that organizations understand best practices of accepting donations in virtual currency.
Experienced a Dip in Last Year’s Giving? How Nonprofits Can Mitigate the Impact of Tax Reform
How greatly tax reform will impact charitable giving remains to be seen. Nevertheless, while some changes have led certain organizations to reap lower-than-normal annual giving amounts in 2018, the upside is that it has also prompted many others to turn a new eye toward their operations, financial management, and tax planning strategies.
Moving Beyond Startup
The Lone Survivor Foundation offers a clear example of a nonprofit that has moved beyond its preliminary success. Several key strategies can be taken from the foundation’s success, such as name recognition and branding, collaboration with like-minded organizations, and portfolio diversification can help nonprofits attain long-term sustainability.
Using Your Financials to Tell a Story in Uncertain Times
While it is effective to show programming efforts and results, financial statements and reporting are one of the most important ways a nonprofit can tell their unique story and the difference they’re truly making.