Facebook for Nonprofits: 4 Easy Steps to a Killer Profile
Your nonprofit’s Facebook profile is a great place to build community, share your impact, and raise funds. Like any other tool in your toolbox, though, there are tips and tricks to getting the maximum benefit—not just spinning your wheels. Here are four ways to make sure your nonprofit’s Facebook profile is a winner!
Want To Make the Most Out of Your AmazonSmile Account? Here’s How.
When funding is scarce, and nonprofits are expected to do even more with fewer resources, every single donation counts—no matter how small. Signing up for and promoting the AmazonSmile program for your nonprofit can help your supporters give to your organization at no further expense to them or you!
Adjust, Adapt and Achieve: 3 Keys to Post-Pandemic Marketing Success
Restart and recharge. They’re the words we’re hearing frequently these days as our nonprofits open their doors to resume programs and our communities get back to business. Is there such a thing as business as usual now? Assuming your nonprofit has spent at least part of the last year adjusting your programs and ser...
How To Segment Your Nonprofit Email List and Have Your Most Successful Year Yet
Email list segmentation is a way to maximize your impact and deliver highly-relevant content that spurs your readers to action. Sending targeted messages can help ensure your subscribers are receiving content they're genuinely interested in—and they’ll be more likely to follow through on your CTA as a result.
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.