A nonprofit fundraising plan that adjusts with the time

Today’s guest post is from T. Clay Buck, Founder & Principal of TCBFundraising. A Master Trainer, Clay also teaches at the University of Nevada. He’s been on all sides of a nonprofit – running the fundraising, analyzing nonprofit databases, and consulting to nonprofits. Here, he shares the basics of creating an effective nonprofit fundraising plan.

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Nonprofit Mission and Case Statements: 4 Top Tips

Today’s article covers an integral project for all nonprofits – creating and refining mission and case statements. These documents are a vital foundation for all communication activities a nonprofit will undertake, as Grant Cobb, Head of Marketing and Analytics at GivingMail, explains. Your mission and case statements aren’t just information statements about your nonprofit. While

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Should I ask my friends?

One of the scariest things about fundraising is the fear that you’ll ruin relationships. One of the most common questions I get as a fundraising coach is “Should I send this appeal to people I hangout with?” Last week, an accomplished nonprofit leaders asked me just that. She was in a giving day and wondered

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Using Inkind Donations To Help You Grow Your Nonprofit

The best gift a nonprofit organization can receive is unrestricted cash, but an inkind donation of something your organization needs and would have otherwise purchased is also a high-value gift. For example, if you are raising funds for a much-needed van and someone donates a van that meets your organization’s needs, you can close

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Using Inkind Donations To Help You Grow Your Nonprofit

The best gift a nonprofit organization can receive is unrestricted cash, but an inkind donation of something your organization needs and would have otherwise purchased is also a high-value gift. For example, if you are raising funds for a much-needed van and someone donates a van that meets your organization’s needs, you can close

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How to Make the Most of Your Next Text-to-Donate Campaign

In today’s fundraising landscape, the importance of mobile platforms cannot be overstated. Researchers estimate that by 2025, almost 75% of internet users worldwide will only use their smartphones to access the internet. That represents an astonishing shift to heavy dependence on handheld devices as well as a major opportunity for nonprofits to engage with supporters

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