A financial commitment by every board member at your nonprofit is essential for the growth and success of the organization, as well as the furthering of its mission.
If a mess accumulates, a normally useful workspace or set of tools becomes hard to use. We see this happen often within donor databases and nonprofit CRMs. Here are three reasons your donor database went bad.
We’re less than a month away from the largest fundraising conference in the world. Here’s how you can make your AFP Conference experience great.
My wife and I were asked to chair the capital campaign of a local charity. A satisfying experience, but the process could have been streamlined if the lessons learned had been applied earlier in a few cases.
Research tells us that somewhere around 15% of the registered nonprofit organizations will be researching then deciding upon a new fundraising software system for their important task of managing prospective and future donors.
One of my pet peeves over the three decades I have been providing Nonprofit CRM systems is watching an extremely powerful tool being used by a single person or a very small group of people rather than everyone.
Jay Love is a guest contributor for Nonprofit Hub. He’s currently the CEO and Co-Founder of Bloomerang and the Senior Vice President of Avectra—both organizations serving the nonprofit sector with cutting edge technology tools for fundraising and communications. ____________ No matter what type of industry you are involved in there always seem to be wise…