Secrets of Successful Nonprofit Fundraising

Today’s fundraising challenges no longer simply encompass getting benefactors to open their wallets. In today’s post-recession market, competition for limited donor funds has become fiercer than ever, as organizations seek to differentiate themselves from other local and national nonprofits fighting for the same resources.
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When you buy a ticket for a nonprofit fundraising event, have you ever wondered how much really goes to charity?WCPO has been studying the business practices of local nonprofits since February, when an I-Team report on compensation practices showed the region's 100 largest nonprofits had 112 emp


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3 Perspectives on #GivingTuesday 2015

Classy.org

Every year #GivingTuesday kicks off the most charitable month of the year. And since it started just three years ago, the #GivingTuesday team has collected data from the nonprofit community to track giving trends and growth. In this webinar, Classy is teaming up with the co-founders of #GivingTuesday and the nonprofit MAZON, A Jewish Response to Hunger, to discuss these larger giving trends and how nonprofits can strategically position themselves on #GivingTuesday.

Heating Up Multichannel Fundraising

Blackbaud

Brewing better small-dollar fundraising starts with direct mail, email, and other mass communication channels. In this session, Joe will share his best practices for raising more money through these multichannel efforts.

Thanking Your Donors: How to use Technology to Show Gratitude

Network for Good

Join Network for Good and special guest, Alyssa Wright, for a webinar about an important piece of the donor experience: thanking your donors. In today's giving environment, donors expect more from nonprofits. While a thank-you note sent in the mail a month after making a donation was sufficient in the past, today's donor expects more personalization and a timely follow up.

Two Fundraising Cultures: From Fundraising to Friendraising

Network for Good

The Two Fundraising Cultures model is a systems archetype which mirrors similar behavioral patterns that are observable in many other aspects of our personal and professional lives. For our purposes, the “shifting the burden archetype” distinguishes between a fundraising culture that consistently shifts the burden for additional support to initial and often trivial gifts versus a culture that relies on meaningful relationships as the pathway to meaningful and significant levels of support.

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When you buy a ticket for a nonprofit fundraising event, have you ever wondered how much really goes to charity?WCPO has been studying the business practices of local nonprofits since February, when an I-Team report on compensation practices showed the region's 100 largest nonprofits had 112 emp

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