The most successful Giving Day campaigns begin with setting clear goals. But why not just dive in and start creating your fundraising profile or writing donor communications? The answer is simple. Setting initial goals helps your team paint a clear picture of your fundraising objectives so expectations can be met and donors and fundraisers know how to best support your initiatives.
What does managing a volunteer event, coordinating a retreat for your nonprofit’s staff, and hosting a 5K fundraiser run on your nonprofit’s Giving Day all have in common? You’ll need a waiver to make them happen!
|Communities across the country are in flux as they balance a continued reopening with precautions due to the recent COVID variant, Delta, surge. You may be wondering, what does this mean for my upcoming GivingTuesday 2021 campaign?||
A fundraising strategy is a blueprint for nonprofits to grow their audiences, expand their funding, and work more effectively toward their missions. It outlines the specific actions your organization will take to conduct activities such as outreach, gift collection, and donor stewardship.
Our 5th Annual Giving Day Leaders Forum (GDLF) kicked off on July 28, 2021. This exclusive event brings Giving Day leaders from across sectors and communities together for two days of learning, growing, and collaborating!
With plenty of networking opportunities, partner-curated sessions, and the launch of two new initiatives, the Giving Day Spark Awards, and Buddy Program, our attendees left feeling energized and ready to build upon new ideas and strategies developed during this event.