Can you picture your dream nonprofit website but your organization just can’t afford it yet? It’s time to get creative. Here are six ways to get the funds for your nonprofit’s website that you might not have thought of yet.
The amount of fundraising ideas available only seems to grow faster than we can try them. Crowdfunding, peer-to-peer fundraising, and online campaigns are the talk of donations and, luckily, there are a lot of service providers whose tools cover these new concepts.
The landscape of fundraising and donations has gone digital. Today’s donors are more likely to learn about your nonprofit through your website, social media, and other online platforms.
Let’s dive in and talk about how to optimize your online donations.
There a lot of ways to accept donations and online store payments online, but the big three remain. They all integrate with WordPress so let’s find out which one will work best for your organization.
Increasing your donations can be an overwhelming task. To do so, you need to know who your donors are, and how you can more effectively reach them.
It’s time to create your donor personas – representations of the real people who make up your organization’s donors.
Donor and donation management requires time and attention. Constantly updating spreadsheets of donor names and information can be a frustrating process. Client Relationship Management (CRM) tools help you to organize and automate that information and process.
Taking advantage of advocacy tools and software has made a difference in numerous campaigns across industries. This guide takes you through those changes to keep you and your organization ahead of the times.
#GivingTuesday is a global giving each November when millions of people have come together to support and champion the causes they believe in and the communities in which they live. We partnered with the team from CauseVox, an online fundraising platform, to record this free online training in September 2018. In the webinar, we break down step-by-step how you can plan and promote a successful #GivingTuesday campaign, plus best practices and tips other fundraisers have used to drive success.
With the price of Bitcoin tripling in a year, donations also are on the rise. From a tax perspective, Bitcoin and other cryptocurrencies are treated like stock donations, meaning the donor doesn’t have to pay capital gains tax and gets a nice tax write off.
In this webinar, Alex and Patrick from The Giving Block discuss how your nonprofit can capture this next wave of Bitcoin and other cryptocurrency donations. They also cover what has made fundraising Bitcoin successful for nonprofits who already have these programs.
There has been a seismic shift in the past 15 years that has had a profound impact on donors. Facebook, Google, GoFundMe, Netflix and others have created a world where donors expect individually personalized experiences. Donors want to have a direct, personal connection to your cause…and be able to give more than just money.