Claire Axelrad shares her five secrets to success when crafting fundraising appeals and end-of-year campaigns.
Sevananda is seeking applications for their Be The Change Program.
Ten years ago, I received a call asking, "Would you be interested in joining our board?" It would have been helpful to have a list of questions to ask current board members and the executive director before I began this journey.
Don’t wait until the end of the year to think about your end of year campaign. Now is the perfect time to plan and prepare a well-thought out, coordinated, attention grabbing campaign; a campaign that will highlight the best of what you do all year, thereby reassuring your funders that they have made a smart investment in their community through you and should continue to do so.
Why might a well-rounded, thoughtful organization struggle to attract the kind of support they needed to stay afloat? It could be a matter of knowing too much.
There are two ways you can spot that you’re wasting your time with a bad fundraising strategy. Veteran fundraiser Armando Zumaya discusses identifying the true ROI of a fundraising campaign and developing relationships.
Grants and free professional development opportunities to help you move forward in your nonprofit career.
Michael C. Savino discusses how to understand the business goals of potential corporate sponsors, and whether your nonprofit can support those goals. Be sure to join him for his encore presentation of Sponsorship for Nonprofits: Putting a Price Tag on What You Do on July 29!
“Getting information off the internet is like taking a drink from a fire hydrant”-Mitchell Kapor.
Does this quote feel familiar to any of you fundraisers?
Whether solving a Rubik’s Cube or developing a millennial engagement strategy, each requires the recognition that you’re dealing with a new kind of puzzle with its own tricks and quirks. So, what are the tricks for how to solve the millennial engagement puzzle?