Nonprofit follow-through is one of the easiest ways to gain and retain donors. Unfortunately, nonprofits often fail at following through. Let’s change that.
We’re bringing you the best nonprofit data tips from the people who advise or work in the nonprofit trenches every day. See what their best tips are to get started or master your data collection and management.
The purpose of a donor database is to enable and ensure the proper funding for your organization’s mission. Any and all progress made with new or tried and true donors starts with keeping a detailed donor database to better your lines of communication and increase your donor retention rates.
Business Intelligence tools of the corporate sector are now accessible to nonprofits. So where do you start?
How exactly is a communication plan crucial to your nonprofit? Today, we’re talking about relationships and how your communication plan can make or break the connections you make with your constituents.
Any fundraiser who has ever used a donor database knows what a nightmare it can be if their nonprofit’s donor data is messy, inconsistent, inaccessible or nonexistent.
We created a list-pulling worksheet for your organization to use the next time you have multiple people working on a project. Simply print it out.
Is it a bird? A plane? No, it’s nonprofit CRM software. CRMs give your organization the tools needed to raise more money, and there are three ways it deliver a positive jolt to your fundraising campaigns.
When you put 4,000 fundraisers at one conference, there’s a certain energy in the air—and it was infectious at AFP 2015 in Baltimore. But what seemed to be the topic on everybody’s mind? Improving retention was huge. We caught up with AFP President and CEO Andrew Watt to talk about the current state of fundraising…