[Guest Posts] 10 Tips for Creating a Highly Effective Planned Giving Appeal

Today’s guest post is from planned giving expert Tony Martignetti. Tony is the host of Nonprofit Radio and the creator of the Planned Giving Accelerator. Both as staff and as a consultant, he’s helped nonprofits raise over $100 million. You can follow him on Twitter @TonyMartignetti 10 Tips for Creating a Highly Effective Planned Giving

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8 Ways to Make Money at Your Next Nonprofit Fundraising Event

When you’re planning a nonprofit fundraising event, ticket sales probably aren’t enough to bring in the total revenue you need. You’ll need additional revenue streams to boost your event’s bottom line, whether your event is in-person or virtual. Think about it. Your walk registrations or gala ticket sales might be just enough to cover

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8 Ways to Make Money at Your Next Nonprofit Fundraising Event

When you’re planning a nonprofit fundraising event, ticket sales probably aren’t enough to bring in the total revenue you need. You’ll need additional revenue streams to boost your event’s bottom line, whether your event is in-person or virtual. Think about it. Your walk registrations or gala ticket sales might be just enough to cover

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How to Grow Your Nonprofit When You’re a Team of One

When you’re just starting out, your goal is to make a difference in the world. But the first thing you have to figure out is how to grow a nonprofit. You’ve got so much to do as you launch your nonprofit. There are things like: An office to set up. Systems to put in

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Is it Time to Hire a Grant Writer for Your Nonprofit?

If you want to go after grants, the first question you should ask yourself is this: are we ready to hire a grant writer? You see, going after grants isn’t as easy as you may think. There’s more to it than just filling out an application. And while grants is a common first choice

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Run a Productive, Fun Nonprofit Board Meeting

When you hear the words “Nonprofit Board Meeting,” what comes to mind? How do you feel? I’m willing to bet I know the answer. In one word, “UGH.” If you are like most nonprofit leaders, the thought of a Board meeting creates feelings of dread, the blahs, the “let’s get it over withs”, the “I

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What 60 Years of Living Taught Me About Fundraising

This week I turn 60. I never imagined I would still feel like I’m 38 or 42 for this milestone birthday. Alas, these years have taught me a lot. I’ve taken some time to reflect and have come up with a list of what 60 years of living taught me…

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Get the Word Out: 5 Tips for your Giving Tuesday Campaign

As any fundraising professional is very well aware, it’s been a whirlwind of a year for the nonprofit sector. Between the COVID-19 pandemic, its ongoing economic impacts, the movement for racial justice, and the upcoming election, your team has likely had more than enough on its plate.  We can’t know what else might happen

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