10 Ways to Find Monthly Donors for Your Small Nonprofit

Starting a monthly giving program is a great use of your time because monthly donors are the lifeblood of a small nonprofit – bringing in sustainable revenue and creating a safety net of loyal supporters.  Imagine what you could do if you had hundreds or thousands of dollars steadily coming in your door each

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Your Guide to a Nonprofit Self-Audit of Your Marketing Plan

Once you set your marketing plan in motion, you’re not done. You should periodically perform a nonprofit self-audit to see how your website, email marketing, and social media are performing. Otherwise, you can spend a lot of time being busy, but not being productive. You see, marketing is a cycle of execution, analysis, and

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12 Ideas for a Virtual Fundraiser or Online Event

During the pandemic, countless small nonprofits replaced their signature event with a virtual fundraiser and got amazing results. That success has many nonprofit leaders wondering … should a virtual fundraiser become a regular line item on our fundraising plan? Should we have an online event, even when we could do something in person? The

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A Strong Message for Fundraising = More and Bigger Donations

If you’re trying to raise money but all you’re hearing is crickets, you may need to work on your message for fundraising. When it comes to convincing people to give, your message is everything. It’s how you explain to a potential donor who your organization helps, what problem you are working to solve, and

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10 Places You Won’t Find Donors for Your Nonprofit

If you’re working hard trying to find donors for your nonprofit, well done! Regularly adding new donors is how you grow your donor base, and a big, loyal donor base is a foundation for success. But if you’re new to the world of new donor acquisition, it can seem daunting. Where do you start

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How to Succeed in the First Year of Fundraising for Startup Nonprofits

Fundraising for startup nonprofits, especially during the first year, can feel like standing at the base of a mountain with no climbing gear. Where do you even start? How do you get your first foothold? “What was I thinking, starting a nonprofit?” Yet, alongside the fear and uncertainty is a rush of excitement. “I’m

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How to Predict Fundraising Revenue For Your Fundraising Plan

You can’t plan out your nonprofit’s impact this year without projecting your fundraising revenue. The two are tied together. In fact, you must plan your programs first so you know what your fundraising goal is. If you try to just raise as much as you can then figure out how to spend it, that’s backwards.

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10 Questions You Can Ask Major Donors to Build the Relationship

Major donors make a major impact on your nonprofit, but it can be a bit scary to ask major donors for a donation. If you’re new to major donor work, you know what I mean. You’re probably asking for an amount that’s a stretch for you and it’s going to bring up all kinds

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Build a Non-profit Website that Works [Steal These Ideas!]

Building a non-profit website might be the most intimidating aspect of launching an organization. It’s the digital face of your organization and where many people interact with you for the first time. The experience people have on your non-profit website will influence what they think about you and if they think they can trust

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Your Guide to Hiring Staff for Your Nonprofit

Your nonprofit is growing, reaching more people and changing more lives, and it’s time to think about hiring staff for your nonprofit. It can be a paralyzing thought, taking on the responsibility of paid employees. Initially, there is the stress of expanding your budget to pay them. But then there’s more. You have to:

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