New Year Fundraising Ideas for Nonprofits: How To Start 2023 Strong
Don’t take your foot off the gas when it comes to fundraising in January! The new year is the perfect time for nonprofits to test new ideas and plan for a successful year ahead. It's also the time to review what did and did not work last year to raise funds and advance your mission. Keep your momentum going!
Copywriting for Nonprofits: Why You Don’t Want to Miss Out on Cashing In
Good copywriting works to elevate whatever message you choose. And as a nonprofit working for the wellness of your community, you have the opportunity to use these highly-effective strategies to do good and meet your mission. Don’t be afraid to give nonprofit copywriting a try! The results might just surprise you.
The Best Nonprofit Annual Reports Have These 4 Things in Common
Annual reports are a way for your nonprofit to communicate with transparency about your programs and finances... All while bragging about the amazing work you've done in your community! And while they come in many different shapes and sizes, the best nonprofit annual reports have these four things in common.
Do These Four Things for Donor Thank-You Letters That WOW
Retaining existing donors is less expensive than consistently working to bring in new ones, so investing in a robust stewardship program is a great idea. Thank-you letters are a cornerstone of any good donor program. Here are four things you can do to make sure your donor thank-you letters stand out from the rest.
5 Simple Ways To Keep Your Fundraising Team Motivated
Throughout any typical year, most fundraising teams experience their ups and downs. The lead-up to a big event is always exciting and invigorating, while the summer slump can be somewhat of a downer, and then we feel the rush of energy and even pressure of year-end fundraising. Raising money to support your...
Communicating With Donors During Crisis
Before doling out advice on what to say to donors during times of crisis, I want to be sure you know the one thing you shouldn’t say . . . NOTHING! Historically, nonprofit organizations who went silent during a catastrophic event fared much worse once the crisis had passed. Unless the core reason your organization...