Fundraising best practices have rapidly evolved over this past year. As we move forward into the second half of 2021, some trends are likely to fade in importance, but many have the potential to stick around far into the future. Determining which trends are here to stay is vital for nonprofits to effectively fundraise, train their staff, and grow throughout the year.
One of our most highly raved about GiveGab features is our seamless, secure, and simple donation form.
Once you have a good donor retention strategy in place, the best next step is to begin attracting more new supporters that you can then develop long-term relationships with.
When considering fundraising options for your nonprofit, you know you’re missing a huge piece of the market if you don’t accept online donations, but you may be wary of being charged those dreaded fees.
Nonprofits typically encounter upfront costs with traditional forms of fundraising, such as events and direct mail campaigns, but this is a widely established and accepted part of the nonprofit game.
December is the most charitable month of the year and the most engaged on social media, making it the perfect time to reach out to your supporters via Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, and any other channels you may use.
In the past blog series I talked about how online fundraising is about engagement, new donor acquisition and pipeline build up. For every 100 new donors, maybe a few will eventually turn into major donors (IF you are lucky!). Well, those new donors will most likely be the younger generations who expect a different experience when interacting with your organization and building a relationship.
There are many “do’s and don’ts” when it comes to fundraising online, but responsive design is actually one of the best things you can do to pave the way for a successful campaign.