How to Use Donor Profiles to Raise More Money

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

How well do you know your donors? Are you appealing to their specific interests, communicating in ways they prefer, and recognizing them in ways they appreciate? Join the Chronicle and two veterans of strategic marketing and communications for a session that will demonstrate how to apply sophisticated marketing techniques to your fundraising efforts.
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Spotlight

Welcome to Women in Philanthropy’s eleventh year of grantmaking. There are a few changes this year so please read through this page. 1. Women in Philanthropy will award grants up to $7,000 to organizations qualified as a tax-exempt 501(c) 3 organization by the IRS located in and serving one or more of the following Pee Dee counties: Chesterfield, Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Marion, Marlboro and Williamsburg. 2. WIP’s objective in awarding grant funding is to support programs or projects that address an existing or emerging community need in support of health, nutrition and/or assistance to victims of violence, neglect or poverty. Grant projects may last for up to 12 months beginning December 1, 2019 – November 30, 2020.

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How To Optimize Your Donation Pages & Raise More Online

CauseVox

Online donations have grown rapidly over the last three years. This shift follows an overall trend where people are moving more of their transactions and engagement online. From clothing and household goods, to groceries and travel. However, this isn't as simple as throwing up a donation form and counting donations as they come in. Your donors will expect your online giving experience to reflect trust and security, and be easy on all devices.
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The Digital Revolution: 10 Digital Marketing Ideas For Nonprofits

We imagine the answer is a resounding, ‘yes’ to all three goals. It may be the right time to explore new and innovative marketing ideas to get in front of the right audience at the right time and in unique ways. Join this webinar to learn how you can effectively mix up your marketing to reach and engage your audience to drive giving. We’ll cover: How to engage the 80% of people who visited your donation page and didn’t donate Clever ways to leverage your email lists (even your unsubscribers) How to use geofencing to target prospective supporters & more!
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A Month-by-Month Guide to Year End Fundraising

Charity Dynamics

Maximize your End of Year campaign planning for the months of October through December with a number of helpful tips and tricks.Join Charity Dynamics’ Principal Consultant, Dolores McDonagh to gain access to specific checklists, tips and insights for impactful EOY planning.
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Going Beyond the Gala: Alternative Event Fundraising Ideas

Network for Good

For decades, fundraisers have focused on big, splashy events, consisting of a rubber chicken dinner and formal attire, culminating in an appeal to donors at the end of the night. Over the past few years, donors have shifted their approach to philanthropy and now desire to make a deeper impact through their charitable giving. Now more than ever, it is important to go beyond celebrating and entertaining donors to hosting more intimate conversations with about social change.
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Spotlight

Welcome to Women in Philanthropy’s eleventh year of grantmaking. There are a few changes this year so please read through this page. 1. Women in Philanthropy will award grants up to $7,000 to organizations qualified as a tax-exempt 501(c) 3 organization by the IRS located in and serving one or more of the following Pee Dee counties: Chesterfield, Darlington, Dillon, Florence, Marion, Marlboro and Williamsburg. 2. WIP’s objective in awarding grant funding is to support programs or projects that address an existing or emerging community need in support of health, nutrition and/or assistance to victims of violence, neglect or poverty. Grant projects may last for up to 12 months beginning December 1, 2019 – November 30, 2020.

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