8 Nonprofit Fundraising Ideas (and How Artificial Intelligence Can Improve Them)

February 26, 2020

Big promises are being made about artificial intelligence (AI) and how it will impact our lives. Experts say AI is slowly “edging” its way into daily life, but tectonic changes in transportation, the workplace, and lifestyle have yet to pass. So, when will AI truly “arrive”? In some areas, it already has. One such area generating substantial value is, perhaps surprisingly, the nonprofit space. While nonprofits aren’t historically at the forefront of technological advancement, this sector is quietly becoming an early adopter of AI.

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To provide community support services in Southwest Oregon to adults with developmental disabilities in a manner which encourages independence, productivity, and physical integration.

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The Power of Branding Inspiring Nonprofit Support

whitePaper | February 3, 2020

In 1990, domestic automobile manufacturers found themselves in deep trouble. The innovative design and the quality of production long associated with the three dominant American brands, Ford, General Motors and Chrysler, had long been consigned to the annals of memory. The autos that rolled off of the Detroit assembly lines were notoriously ill designed and were, in general, very unreliable. Additionally, the oil crisis of the 1970s, one that would drive the American consumer to more fuel efficient vehicles, prompted the production of domestic compact vehicles that could not compete with the new foreign imports of Toyota, Mazda and Honda.

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A Generation of Change-Makers

whitePaper | April 8, 2022

With more than 4.5 billion people, Asia is home to the majority of the world’s population1. Recent years have seen rapid socio-economic development, as well as increased focus on significant global and local challenges. The pandemic has exacerbated pre-existing inequalities, and issues such as climate change, gender inequality, inequity in access to healthcare, and poverty are now top-of-mind for countries across the region. It is against this backdrop that the landscape of philanthropy in Asia continues to evolve. Social investors are leading this charge, bringing fresh perspectives and priorities.

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Top 5 Challengs For Nonprofit Leaders in 2022... And 2027

whitePaper | January 1, 2022

This year, nonprofit leaders will read countless opinions on what nonprofit leaders should, must, absolutely have to confront in 2022. They must worry about hiring shortages, environmental and social initiatives, fundraising, digital trends in giving, and on.

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Raise More Money with Your Next Event

whitePaper | June 14, 2022

Thinking of launching your next fundraising event? There can be a lot of planning involved but it’s far more manageable when tackled one step at a time. Download our FREE white paper for all the expert knowledge and tips you need to make your charity’s fundraising event a success.

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Emerge Ready: Fundraising During & After Covid-19

whitePaper | January 13, 2021

As nonprofits begin to emerge from the COVID-19 crisis, many priorities and concerns have shifted. In May, we sent a brief questionnaire to our database of thousands of nonprofits. The response was telling, and a clear picture of the challenges ahead surfaced from the organizations surveyed. This white paper details the survey results and what they mean for the future of nonprofits nationwide. Use the form here to have the whitepaper sent to your inbox!

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Cause Marketing Compliance: What Businesses and Nonprofits Should Know

whitePaper | November 21, 2019

Considering cause marketing? Whether you’re a business that wants to support a worthy cause or a nonprofit that wants to amplify your fundraising efforts, this white paper will help you forge a sustainable, compliant cause marketing partnership.

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