3 Ways to Stay Connected With Your Nonprofit’s Supporters

Many organizations make the fatal mistake of asking their donors for gifts over and over again without a break for other types of communication. However, when you don’t vary the type of communications and engagement opportunities with your supporters, your donors may start to feel like an ATM, always giving funds but receiving little in

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How to Create Digital Communities on Social Media

This week I’m pleased to present a guest post on how to create digital communities on social media by Maria Clark, Executive Vice President, Partnerships and Chief Evangelist, GoodUnited With individuals more separated than ever before, and virtual and hybrid events sticking around for the foreseeable future, there are few…

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Self-Care Can’t Wait

  View this post on Instagram   A post shared by Glennon Doyle (@glennondoyle) It used to be a badge of honor to talk about how busy I was. Or so I thought. What I’ve realized after the past year that included abrupt and major changes in my life is:…

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5 Things to Do NOW to Increase Fall Fundraising Results

What if you knew going into the fall that you will exceed your annual fundraising goals? Impossible you say? Not really. Just like athletes focus for years refining their skills to be better, successful fundraisers are always working to be better. On August 3 the folks at Grant Station are…

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Don’t Expect Donors to Give at Your Next Fundraising Event

You spend OH so much time on the details of planning your golf outing, gala, fundraising breakfast or lunch, wine-tasting, or fund-a-need activity. And then, invitations are sent and you expect donors to give. Unfortunately, your guests don’t care much about the napkin colors, centerpieces, gift bags, or the font…

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