Fundraising infographic :5 Great Nonprofit Infographics to Learn From

June 14, 2017

Nonprofits marketers should be constantly keeping an eye out for provocative infographics, whether you are sharing them on Pinterest or using them to communicate with donors and stakeholders. Creating original infographics about your organization and your cause are the best way to go, since you can link them to your website, donation page, blog and email sign up list comprehensive list of low-cost and free graphic design tools for nonprofits professionals strapped for resources and time  here. Below are 5 examples of great nonprofits infographics that tell a story, showcase impact and best of all, invite sharing on social networks.

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LaunchCode

LaunchCode is a non-profit organization that creates pathways to economic opportunity and upward mobility through apprenticeships and job placement in technology. LaunchCode partners with over 300 companies, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to innovative startups, and matches them with job seekers through a unique mentorship and paid apprenticeship program. These placements primarily occur in the St. Louis and Miami areas, but LaunchCoders also work in Chicago, Atlanta, Fort Knox, Seattle, and other locations. Whether you are looking to be hired into a technology job or looking to hire a technology employee, LaunchCode would love to work with you. Connect with LaunchCode or learn more about LaunchCode's mission at: www.launchcode.org.

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The State of Service 2021 (Infographic): A Survey and Report by x2VOL

Infographic | May 4, 2021

Student service continues to develop in the ever-changing COVID-19 world. However, 2021 might look a little bit different than 2020. In April 2021, x2VOL surveyed administrators, service leaders, and nonprofit organizations to better understand the impact COVID-19 had on community service in the Spring 2021 semester and what the outlook is for Fall 2021.

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Positive signs prevail in nonprofit sector despite COVID-19 disruptions

Infographic | March 22, 2021

The 2021 Nonprofit Technology Trends Survey, sponsored by Sage Intacct, asked over 520 nonprofit finance leaders about how their organizations use technology to achieve mission success.

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Google Ad Grants: Nonprofits Take Note

Infographic | April 15, 2020

The following infographic provides information about Google‘s Ad Grant program, which is one of the largest nonprofit marketing missed opportunities. Google Grants provides nonprofit organizations that have a current 501(c)(3) status with the ability to promote their missions and causes on Google’s search results with $10,000 in monthly in-kind ad spend.

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Responsibilities of the Nonprofit Board

Infographic | April 8, 2020

Like for-profit businesses, nonprofits range in size from small and medium organizations to very large, well-established organizations. These differences in size affect the way that nonprofits conduct every aspect of their operations, including fundraising, developing volunteer programs, establishing financial processes, and selecting a board of directors.

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Best Practices for Virtual Fundraising

Infographic | April 6, 2020

Whether it's part of a planned attempt to grow online, or in reaction to an unforeseen change to a live event -nonprofits need a plan to expand fundraising virtually. Follow these best practices to plan your move to a virtual fundraiser.

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Forecasting Charity CRM Trends for 2020

Infographic | March 30, 2020

In the for-profit world, CRM stands for Customer Relationship Management. In the charity sector, the preferred term for the same technology is Constituent Relationship Management. The reason for the difference in name is simple: in this space, the technology has a broader remit. Charity CRM systems are used for everything from managing fundraising campaigns and driving and measuring donor engagement, to marshalling volunteers and measuring the impact of your programs.

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Spotlight

LaunchCode

LaunchCode is a non-profit organization that creates pathways to economic opportunity and upward mobility through apprenticeships and job placement in technology. LaunchCode partners with over 300 companies, ranging from Fortune 500 companies to innovative startups, and matches them with job seekers through a unique mentorship and paid apprenticeship program. These placements primarily occur in the St. Louis and Miami areas, but LaunchCoders also work in Chicago, Atlanta, Fort Knox, Seattle, and other locations. Whether you are looking to be hired into a technology job or looking to hire a technology employee, LaunchCode would love to work with you. Connect with LaunchCode or learn more about LaunchCode's mission at: www.launchcode.org.

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