On #GivingTuesday, you can make your donations go further by crafting a compelling story that engages your supporters, old and new, and motivates them to give.
Nonprofit millennial engagement is important for a number of reasons.
Not only do millennials (those born between 1980 and 2000) make up a sizable segment of the overall population, but 11% of charitable giving throughout the U.S. currently comes from this group!
By developing a better understanding of millennial behavior, you’ll be able to engage with them more effectively.
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?…
One of the most effective strategies you can follow to ensure that you have happy and loyal donors is to focus your communication strategy around turning your donors into heroes of your mission!
As a nonprofit, are you mindful of the language you’re using when communicating with your donors?
In our article covering the latest nonprofit donation trends, we promised to share the 4 essentials to increase your nonprofit’s donor base.
Donor retention is one of the biggest challenges nonprofit fundraisers face. With 60% of donors only giving once, it’s a struggle to find ways to turn your one-time donors into repeat donors.
Before Valentine’s Day, we had Part 1 of our webinar series, Best Ways to Show Love to Your Donors. And the following Friday we had Part 2, where members of our incredible customer success team went more deeply into how nonprofits can utilize GiveGab’s online giving platform to better engage their donors.