Master the skill of writing for fundraising with these tips

Fundraising is based on relationships. Relationships are built through communication and trust. That means if you’re not communicating with your donors, you will lose them, plain and simple. Since most of your donor communications will be in print, that means writing for fundraising is key to your success. Think about it: Donors keep up

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How to create and use a nonprofit editorial calendar

If you run a nonprofit, you already know that you must communicate to keep current donors engaged and attract new ones. That’s why you have a newsletter; it’s why you’ve set up the website and the blog; it’s why you’ve signed up for various forms of social media that are supposed to let you

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What words should you use to get people to donate?

Your words matter when you’re asking people to donate. If you inspire people, you’ll get a gift. If you bore people or confuse them, you won’t. It’s pretty simple. This means you can’t just slap anything on a page, send it to a donor, and expect great results.  (Maybe you’ve experienced this with a

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Who else loves getting jam-packed gift bags? (This French school’s gift bag was oh-la-la.)

Rarely am I handed a gift bag at a charity auction with so much inside. Watch the video to learn which companies provided lotions, food, etc.

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A 5-Step Crash Course in Email Marketing for Your Nonprofit

This week’s article was written by guest author, Christian Golden.   Your nonprofit has more pressing business than tricking out its email marketing strategies. But delivering on the big stuff is harder than it needs to be without good email marketing to expand your reach in the crucial search for volunteers, donors, favorable press, and30

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A 5-Step Crash Course in Email Marketing for Your Nonprofit

This week’s article was written by guest author, Christian Golden. Your nonprofit has more pressing business than tricking out its email marketing strategies. But delivering on the big stuff is harder than it needs to be without good email marketing to expand your reach in the crucial search for volunteers, donors, favorable press, and other

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7 ways to find your first (or next) nonprofit speaking gig

One of your greatest challenges as a new, young, or small nonprofit is to raise awareness about your mission and your work.   And one of the best ways to meet that challenge to spread the word about your good cause is to go out and speak. Speaking can provide you with great benefits like30

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10 Tips for Rocking Your Next Nonprofit Speaking Gig

  One of the BEST ways to raise awareness and find new donors is to get out and speak to groups in your community.   A successful talk can bring new supporters, volunteers, donations, and maybe even additional speaking opportunities.   It’s also a great way to spread the word about your organization and reach30

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