fundraising infographic : 5 Must-Have Infographic Templates to Supercharge your Nonprofit

| June 8, 2017

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This is an info graphic that focuses on the pain point or problem your nonprofits is solving. This is the must-have infographic your problem statement is how you connect with your community. Usually, the problem statement is something that is articulated in the mission of your nonprofits. But how do you communicate the problem statement clearly in an infographic to engage your audience?

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It’s Time To Develop A Digital Fundraising Strategy – Nonprofits

Article | February 24, 2020

The internet is an amazing place, and not just because of the cat memes and Vines. Yes, sure there are loads of great things to do on the digital playground, but it’s also the ideal place for a nonprofit to fundraise. Let’s be real, it’s 2020 and online fundraising is really the main way that you’re going to receive donations to your nonprofit. Snail mail is so last decade. So then how should you do it? Tying your digital fundraising strategy with your digital marketing strategy is critical for maintaining messaging and credibility across all platforms, but what does that mean? Can’t you just add a “Donate Now” button on your website and call it a day? Unfortunately, digital fundraising is not that clean and simple—there’s quite a bit of process behind it all.

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Your 5-Step Guide to Nonprofit Email Marketing

Article | February 19, 2020

Next time you want to know how many people in a room volunteer for a nonprofit organization, just stand on the nearest chair and announce that you are a nonprofit marketing and fund development professional. Before you know it, you will be peppered with questions. How can we get the word out about our programs? How do we engage our community? How can we raise more money? I’m always impressed by both the number of people who volunteer in their communities, and by the passion they bring to this work. They are hungry to know what they can do to make their organizations stronger and more effective, so that they can do more for those they serve.

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How to Keep the Lights On at Your Nonprofit During a Global Crisis

Article | March 25, 2020

Thousands of nonprofits have responded to COVID-19 (coronavirus) and mobilized resources to aid in research and testing, provide medical supplies, deliver meals, support workers in financial distress, and more. But for nonprofits with missions that aren’t directly related to emergency response or relief, fundraising during a global pandemic can be tricky. Many nonprofits are questioning how to maintain some semblance of normalcy in their operations, particularly how to send donation appeals and engage their communities while being respectful of the urgency and gravity of the COVID-19 pandemic. We gathered the following tips to help guide you in this difficult time when so many nonprofit professionals are concerned with appearing tone-deaf or feel uncomfortable asking for money that supports anything other than coronavirus resources.

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6 Steps To Boost Fundraising with Corporate Matching Gifts

Article | March 6, 2020

Matching gifts offer incentives for both the nonprofit and the donors! Organizations enjoy basically doubling donation amounts, and donors get the satisfaction of knowing their contributions are going even further. If the matching gift comes from a business, the company gets to enjoy some tax breaks. It’s a win-win-win situation! Matching can be an excellent way for development professionals to boost their funding campaigns. It's surprising how many organizations leave money on the table by not helping their donors participate in corporate matching gift programs.

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