Hospital fundraising is getting more attention following the COVID-19 pandemic and with good reason. With the increased need for expensive medical equipment like respirators and the decline of elective surgeries, hospitals throughout the United States are struggling.
Here at GiveGab, we are constantly in awe of our Giving Day partners nationwide. Every single one of them shows incredible drive and motivation to serve their communities including the many nonprofits in them doing such impactful work.
In response to the growing impact of the coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak, the GiveGab team has put together an extensive list of crisis relief resources for foundations, nonprofits, and schools to assist with their efforts.
Many fundraising campaigns will start out with a lot of momentum and then gradually lose steam.
As a nonprofit administrator, finding effective ways to improve and sustain your relationships with your donors and volunteers is one of the only ways you can guarantee their continued support in the future.
When it comes to paid advertising on social media, Facebook is the go-to place for most nonprofits, as it continues to be their most used social media outlet.
Much like everything else on their social platform, algorithms and other details around Facebook posts and ads tend to change regularly. These days, for instance, you can’t just post something on your newsfeed and expect your followers to see it. Where and when your post appears on a fan’s newsfeed depends on a variety of factors. One of which is cost.
Having a supporter or donor-centered communication strategy can play a pivotal role in growing your recurring donor base, among other perks!
We recently went into detail about the importance of turning your donors into the heroes of your nonprofit story. But, what about before they become heroes? It wouldn’t make sense to call someone a hero if they haven’t done anything heroic yet, right?…