How to Stare Down Organizational Change and Win
Six months after losing nearly every mid-level manager, Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh engagement team ran their most successful annual fund campaign to date.
3 Reasons You’ve Got to Have a Leadership Annual Giving Program
Leadership annual giving strengthens the handoff between annual giving initiatives and major gift officers. Here are three reasons you’ve got to have a program.
Mid-Year Appeals: Boost Fundraising in the Second Biggest Giving Month of the Year!
Learn how to craft a successful mid-year appeal. Charitable giving continues to increase year after year, with online giving playing a bigger part. As June is the second biggest giving month of the year, executing a strategic mid-year fundraising campaign is essential to your nonprofit’s success.
Top Event Strategies for Major Donor Cultivation
Attaining donors is complex and requires a diverse set of strategies, so you shouldn’t expect to attract philanthropists with the same tactics you employ for lower-level donors. A great way to develop major donor relationships is to host a cultivation event. Use these 10 strategies for success.
7 Ways to Use Infographics to Recruit Volunteers and Tell Your Nonprofit’s Story
Infographics translate data into visual stories that can educate your supporters, reinforce the good that you do, and inspire action for your cause.
50 Social Media Content Ideas
It's not just about posting messages—it's about connecting, inspiring, and using social media as a channel to have real impact for those you serve.
Three New Ways to Delight Your Donors
You have to do the basics well before you can get fancy. That means prompt acknowledgement letters, hand-written notes for major gifts, and regular phone calls of gratitude to new donors.
It’s a New Day for Fundraising . . . Or Is It?
Fundraising methodologies are constantly evolving, but people still donate because they believe an organization has the best potential to address a situation they care about, and they were asked.
What Google’s New Algorithm Really Means for Your Nonprofit
If you're searching for a reason to make the switch to a responsive/mobile-friendly design as quickly as possible, Google has just provided one.
User-Generated Content: Put your constituents to work!
User-Generated Content allows nonprofits to get their constituents to help with the big task of writing online content and can result in more engaging and compelling stories.