How To Create Compelling Sponsorship Packages—with Benefits That Actually Secure Partners
Learn how to create compelling sponsorship proposals that resonate with potential sponsors and can help you achieve your organization's goals. It's important to remember that sponsorship packages are unique offerings that change from event to event. No two packages are the same—and they shouldn’t be.
Media Coverage of Your Nonprofit Event Can Make a Big Difference. Here’s How To Get It.
Securing media coverage for your next nonprofit event can do a lot to increase your impact. When people see that your event is getting good press, they're more likely to take notice and get involved--espcially donors. But it’s not always easy to do. These strategies will help you attract all the right attention!
Six Mistakes NOT To Make When Planning Your Next Nonprofit Fundraising Event
Planning a successful nonprofit event doesn’t have to feel stressful or overwhelming. This article will set you up for maximum success and minimal stress. You will learn how to avoid some common nonprofit mistakes when planning your next fundraising event and enjoy bringing your community together for a great cause!
Five Ways for Nonprofits To Plan Successful Post-COVID Events in 2022
With Covid-19 advice and guidelines changing frequently, it can seem easier to shelve all precautions and hope for the best. But safety is still important, particularly for immunocompromised community members and those too young to be vaccinated. Here are five ways to make your events safe and successful in 2022.
Nonprofit Fundraising Events From A-Z and How To Choose the Right One for You
In 2019, popular events registration website Eventbrite evaluated the most popular types of nonprofit fundraising events hosted through their platform. From most to least popular, the categories were: networking events; trainings and workshops; food and drink events; and arts and entertainment events. Hosting events is
Here’s How To Plan a Nonprofit Staff Retreat Your Team Will Love
Gallup estimates that only as little as 39 percent of Americans actually feel engaged at work – and that’s an increase over 2019’s numbers! To combat employee disengagement, both for-profit and nonprofit organizations look to group activities like team retreats to foster connection amongst team members and build shared