Typically, the burden of creating and promoting peer-to-peer giving pages falls on employees and key volunteers of your nonprofit. While there isn’t necessarily anything bad about that, it shouldn’t represent the totality of your Peer-to-Peer (P2P) strategy. Looking beyond employees, you’ll find loyal supporters of your organization who are well-positioned to raise funds from
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One of the most powerful and yet poorly-used tools in your nonprofit toolbox is the fundraising email.Way too many fundraising emails are not well written and probably done without much thought other than “we need money!”And that leads to the large number of complaints I hear from nonprofit leaders about poor results
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The COVID-19 crisis has probably wrecked your fundraising plan and maybe your budget, too, forcing you to find a virtual fundraiser that will work for your nonprofit. You’ve probably postponed or cancelled events and you’re wondering how to survive without them. You may feel torn about asking for donations because even though your nonprofit
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Since the whole world is staying home and in-person events aren’t happening thanks to social distancing, it’s time to pivot to online fundraising events and virtual fundraisers to bring in money for your small nonprofit. Even though it feels like we’re all isolated right now, the internet can join us together in fun and
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When your community, your country, or even your planet is in the midst of a crisis, you may need to send out an emergency appeal for donations to ensure your nonprofit’s continued operations or even survival. And you need to get it right. With everyone’s attention on the crisis at hand, the last thing
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This week’s Pivot Fundraising questions are focusing on planning for the unknown.
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In week two of uncharted territory you have many questions about your new role in pivot fundraising. First and foremost, keep your communication lines open with your board, staff, volunteers, donors and those who benefit from your important work.
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Thanks to the coronavirus, many of us are working from home, maintaining social distance, and trying to stay healthy. We’re also trying to figure out how to cultivate donors when we can’t get face to face. As the world faces challenges that we’ve never experienced before, nonprofit leaders need to come up with creative
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Let’s just cut right to the chase: The entire world is facing a pandemic. International borders are closing, and officials in almost every state are asking people to practice social distancing and self-quarantine. The long-term economic implications are scary. For-profit businesses are definitely taking a hit, so it stands to reason that the nonprofits
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