Community-giving campaigns are an excellent way to engage local supporters in fundraising efforts. Whether you’re working with a nonprofit, school, university, or church, you may turn to a local giving campaign to harness the support of your neighbors and fellow community members.
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Many fundraising campaigns will start out with a lot of momentum and then gradually lose steam.
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 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.
It’s been rumored that emails aren’t important for donor engagement. But, we’re here to inform you that this couldn’t be further from the truth. Plus, we have some great stats to back it up!
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!