Creating a Year-Round Fundraising Community: 5 Webinar Takeaways

| March 24, 2017

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Fundraising for a nonprofit is a big job, but even if your organization doesn’t have the budget for more development associates, you don’t have to go it alone. Creating a year-round fundraising community empowers your donors and supporters to spread your mission far and wide. We recently hosted a webinar explaining how a fundraising community can help nonprofits of all sizes reach beyond their network and break through the barriers of a traditional fundraising model.

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5 Fundraising Trends for Growing Nonprofits in 2020

Article | May 27, 2020

Just like that, we went from talking about the rising trends in fundraising for 2020 to how nonprofits can sustain operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Needless to say, it was quite the pivot in conversation. The COVID-19 pandemic has had major implications for nonprofit organizations. Unfortunately, it seems as though the uncertain landscape created by the COVID-19 pandemic will be sticking around for the foreseeable future. With that in mind, it’s time for your organization to consider how it can be agile and thrive through uncertainty.

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How Your Nonprofit Can Transition To Virtual Fundraising

Article | April 20, 2020

The coronavirus has been disruptive, to say the least. Not to pile on more bad news, but add in the risk of a recession and a spike in unemployment, at this time even the most organized nonprofit fundraising professionals are grappling with how to move forward. We don’t know when self-quarantining will be over but we do know that with the lockdown extended to the end of April (for now), nonprofits are going to have to change up their fundraising plans. Long story short, any kind of in-person fundraising (galas, breakfasts, runs/races, etc) is going to get scrapped. But, you still need to meet your fundraising needs. To navigate these uneasy times, the only solution is to embrace a comprehensive digital fundraising strategy immediately.

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Virtuous Web Listener: The Tracking Pixel Responsive Nonprofits Need to Grow Revenue

Article | March 23, 2020

At Virtuous, our top priority is to support nonprofits as they evolve to meet the demands of the modern donor. That means identifying generosity trends, researching new fundraising philosophies and adding new features to our products on a regular basis. Recently, we released a tracking pixel called Web Listener to help our customers understand their donors more accurately, using real-time website behavior data. Here is a look at what we’ve learned so far. More importantly, read why we think using a tracking pixel is important for responsive fundraising.

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Not for Profit and Charities Update: COVID-19

Article | March 24, 2020

Like everyone, we have been monitoring the COVID-19 situation and are listening to all government recommendations. Our staff is all working remotely, and we have invested heavily in technology to ensure there are no disruptions to normal work flow. We’ve compiled some economic updates for Not for Profits and Charities that we feel will be helpful during this time. Please feel free to reach out if you have any questions.

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Women Veteran Social Justice is a social impact company utilizing education and technology with the mission to Identify, Connect, and Empower Women Veterans through civic, social, professional and personal connections utilizing electronic and live networking across communities, States, and the world. Technology and collaboration have been tools to firmly anchor and connect an otherwise invisible nation of women with military service.

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