Is your nonprofit looking for ways to maximize impact through online fundraising efforts and to increase incoming donations?
After establishing the importance of donor stewardship for the success of your nonprofit, it’s time to put that philosophy into action.
Feasibility studies are some of the cornerstone elements of planning fundraising campaigns for nonprofits. Before your organization invests time and money into your next big campaign, you need to know whether or not your team is ready to take on the challenge.
On Saturday, September 30, 2017, from 6:00 PM to 11:00 PM there will be a gala held to celebrate Cass Park Arena called the Celebrate Cass! 45th Anniversary Party.
Of all the nonprofits that raised $5,000 or more on GiveGab this year, 81% of them had help from peer-to-peer fundraisers. So why not give peer-to-peer fundraising a try for your upcoming #GivingTuesday campaign?
Putting a video on your campaign can give it that extra personal touch that can greatly increase interest from potential donors. A few paragraphs of text will get your message across, but people love seeing a real face telling a real story.
If you haven’t dipped into online fundraising yet, never fear! I’m going to break down some very basic, yet essential, parts of an online fundraising campaign. If you have had experience with online fundraising but haven’t seen much success, my hope is that you’ll be inspired to give it another go.