October Update: A Fundraising Suite Arrives

| December 30, 2016

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There are too many new customization and design features in the new Fundraising Suite to mention in one blog post. A side-to-side comparison makes for an easy analysis though. Four short years ago our VP of Operations & Strategy, Sean Chisholm—then a new lawyer-turned-marketer—wrote a post titled “New Improvements Coming to StayClassy.”*

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Nonprofit Prosperity Consulting

Nonprofit Prosperity Consulting (NPPC) is your destination for a wide variety of quality grant development and organizational consulting and training services. Partners Brenda Balmer and Brad Wiscons have worked in the nonprofit sector in San Diego County since the 1980s, starting in front line service delivery and progressing to program management and executive leadership, with special expertise in grant development, staff training, and organizational systems development. Lucas Wiscons brings a passion for supporting nonprofit organizations to use technology tools to support their missions. We are devoted to the the success and prosperity of your nonprofit organization, and will work closely with you to tailor our services to meet your needs.

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The Benefits of Pro Bono and Nonprofit PR Clients

Article | March 11, 2020

The day-to-day of communications work can wear on a practitioner. For respite or to reinvigorate creativity, PR pros can look to pro bono work. The benefits can reverberate beyond office hours, opening a path to the joy of giving back. And the possibilities for pro bono work can be found almost anywhere. For Dini von Mueffling, founder and CEO of Dini von Mueffling Communications, attending a fundraiser for Sandy Hook Promise (SHP) at a friend’s house opened the door to one of her most impactful partnerships. After listening to Nicole Hockley, a co-founder and managing director of SHP, speak of losing her child Dylan in the tragedy, von Mueffling found herself standing in front of Hockley. She volunteered to help.

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Coronavirus Relief: Everything Your Nonprofit Needs to Know About the Stimulus Package

Article | March 31, 2020

If your head is spinning with all of the legislation that has been passed during the last few weeks, you’re not alone. This is our guide to help make sense of the stimulus package for nonprofits. There were three phases of relief legislation put into place in March 2020: the Coronavirus Preparedness and Response Supplemental Appropriations Act, the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), and the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act, in that order.

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4 Steps to Crushing Your Year-End Fundraising Goals

Article | February 13, 2020

Did you know that 30% of all annual charitable giving happens in December? Ten percent of those donations come in the last three days of the year! Professional developers probably aren’t surprised by those statistics. Most nonprofits understand how critical year-end giving is to their annual fundraising goals. With millions of dollars potentially at stake, nonprofit organizations must have an excellent strategy to get some of those coveted year-end donations. The great news is it’s never too early (or late) to start planning for the best year-end giving campaign yet! We gathered some essential statistics every fundraiser should know about year-end giving and a few strategies to help you crush your fundraising goals.

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How Nonprofits Can Use Video to Engage Supporters During a Crisis

Article | April 8, 2020

With the spread of COVID-19, businesses and nonprofits around the world are forced to change the way we communicate during a crisis. This poses an existential risk for nonprofits who rely on galas and other in-person events to fuel our organizations. Nonprofits depend on emotional appeal. We need our donors to feel connected to our missions. We need the people we serve to trust us. We need our employees to continue to give it their all. While the situation around coronavirus (COVID-19) restricts our ability to meet face-to-face, there are still powerful ways to engage our communities online by using video. Let’s explore some of the options you have to use video to keep your community connected and your donors motivated.

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Nonprofit Prosperity Consulting

Nonprofit Prosperity Consulting (NPPC) is your destination for a wide variety of quality grant development and organizational consulting and training services. Partners Brenda Balmer and Brad Wiscons have worked in the nonprofit sector in San Diego County since the 1980s, starting in front line service delivery and progressing to program management and executive leadership, with special expertise in grant development, staff training, and organizational systems development. Lucas Wiscons brings a passion for supporting nonprofit organizations to use technology tools to support their missions. We are devoted to the the success and prosperity of your nonprofit organization, and will work closely with you to tailor our services to meet your needs.

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