In the non-profit realm, social media is life. It’s the easiest, most effective, and most direct way to talk with your followers, educate those who may not know you yet, and most importantly – gain and ask for support for your mission. Contrary to popular belief, successful social media accounts are not run off-the-cuff!Continue reading
A photo selfie frame can cross-promote two organizations (e.g. your nonprofit and a sponsor, for instance) or just one (your nonprofit). These photos show both examples.Continue reading
Social media is a great tool in the Fundraiser’s toolbox. Posts on Facebook, Instagram, and other platforms can be very visually engaging and are easily shared, two traits that support fundraising online. And tons of people use social media every day. According to the Pew Research Center, “…around seven-in-ten Americans use social media to
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We often hear people claim they’re going to “disrupt” an industry, even fundraising. “This will change everything,” they promise. And the implied threat is that you’d better adapt or get left behind. They are usually selling a website or an app that is supposed to take away your fundraising woes. Usually by making you sellContinue reading
If you’ve been paying attention to recent trends in philanthropic giving, you’ve probably noticed that digital fundraising and online giving have become more and more popular among donors. But how can you make this trend work for you? Digital fundraising never stops innovating and changing, so how can you know what the best options are?
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Here are two perfect uses for Pinterest when planning your auction. I like Boards for sharing attire ideas with guests, and decor ideas with the committee.
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You work hard on all the details of your nonprofit fundraising event but attendance was low. What went wrong? Never before has multi-channel marketing been more important. Even my 80 year-old mother uses social media to connect with friends and family.
Check out this terrific and brand new infographic from Maximillion Event Creators to guide you in your social media outreach for your next event.
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The most common complaints I hear about sharing a story to increase fundraising revenue:
“I don’t know any stories” or “We don’t have any good stories.”
In 1999 I was the President/CEO of Prevent Blindness America, Greater Phoenix Division. New to the city, with a new job – I could have used those same complaints.Continue reading
Spring nonprofit fundraising event season is in full swing. I’ve received invitations to wine tastings, silent auctions, breakfast, lunch and dinner events, golf events and even non-event events. You name the type of fundraising event we’re all being invited to them. Whether you are in the final push before your annual fundraising event or planning […]
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This week we have a hot topic and guest post by Deposit a Gift Founder, Dana Ostomel, our guest speaker for the February 18th Ignited Fundraising Community webinar, Crowdfunding 101. Chances are you’ve heard of crowdfunding, simply defined as online social fundraising, but you might not have a lot of experience with it. If you’re a […]
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