I won’t lie. I’ve had to dig deep lately to find good news & to feel support while living alone. If you’re feeling the same, there IS good news out there. Consider me YOUR support person today. I’ve gathered some resources for making things work as you go through your day.Continue reading
For most of us, fundraising isn’t something that comes naturally, especially a straight request for donations. Asking for money goes against everything we were ever taught, right? We all grew up learning that it wasn’t polite to talk about money and it definitely wasn’t right to ask your friends and family for handouts. It
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It takes outside-box-thinking – a change agent – to pivot to a virtual nonprofit event. As a change agent you’re willing to take risks, implement new fundraising & new donor engagement strategies, AND use technology to challenge the status quo. No easy task.Continue reading
This week’s Pivot Fundraising questions are focusing on planning for the unknown.
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Modern media is constantly highlighting prominent issues, and it can feel like nonprofits that address those issues are always asking for support. Consider how your nonprofit can take advantage of the online space to spread awareness of your cause, reach the right audiences, and stand out among world issues and constant corporate marketing messaging.
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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.Continue reading