How to Fundraise in Rural Communities

Rural fundraising can seem daunting, but, like fundraising in any town or city of any size, it’s all about building relationships. When you ask for donations at the right time and in the right way, the money will follow. Yet organizations serving rural communities need fundraising strategies that take into account the characteristics of

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Maximize That Third-Party Fundraiser: They Host the Event, You Get the Money

A third-party fundraiser is a great way to raise extra money for your nonprofit organization.It happens when someone outside of your organization with a passion for your organization’s mission hosts a fundraiser on your organization’s behalf, donating all the proceeds to you.In short, they do the work and your organization gets the money!You reap the

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3 Reasons Why Your Non-Profit Should Add a Blog to Your Website

Every non-profit wants to raise more money online. But most non-profits struggle to get traction raising money on their websites. One of the reasons why organizations struggle online is because they simply don’t have enough people visiting their websites… and if people aren’t visiting your website, they’re not going to donate on it.In my experience,

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Fundraising in a Pandemic: 4 Key Tips for Your School

Many schools rely heavily on donations from generous families, community members, and alumni to supplement limited government funding. If you’re a teacher, parent, or volunteer at such a school, you surely know that coming up with the funding you need can be difficult. And now, in the midst of a worldwide pandemic, effective fundraising

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Meet Change with Enthusiasm & Honesty

Whether you like it or not, we’re living in a world of constant change, and fundraising as we knew it has changed. Business as usual is simply is never going to be the same. How are these challenges and changes affecting your organization? Your staff? Your donors? The people you…

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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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Why You Need a Case Statement for Fundraising

As a nonprofit leader, you may have been told somewhere along the lines that you need a great case statement for fundraising. If you haven’t heard that yet, I’m here to deliver the news: You need a case statement! A case statement is a really useful tool for gathering your thoughts around why people

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