It’s time to learn how your organization can get started with mobile fundraising and promote mobile fundraising to your donors.
In the first part of the mobile fundraising series, we covered the basics and key terms. Now let’s discuss how NPOs are using mobile fundraising.
Incentive-based fundraising puts your donors first. When it comes time for them to give, incentives can show supporters that their donations are valued.
Modern nonprofit fundraising is more than writing an appeal letter and waiting for donations to pour in. Incentive-based fundraising will help you solicit more fundraising donations for your nonprofit.
Whether you’re a seasoned professional or brand new to the art, mobile fundraising can be a vital tool to raise more money for your nonprofit.
Nonprofit giving in America has been stuck at 2% of GDP for 45 years and current fundraising strategies are to blame.
When learning how to fundraise for corporate donations, sponsorships or other major gifts, often times using a passive approach will get you the furthest.
Donors are making their list, they’re checking it twice and they’re gonna find out which nonprofits have been naughty or nice. That’s right, nonprofits receive 50% of their annual donations in the last three months of the year—is your nonprofit ready for year-end giving?
One of the most important assets in nonprofit leadership is a well-trained board. Because so many board members come from the for-profit world, leading a nonprofit organization can be confusing and they can get in the way of what the executive director is trying to do, without knowing they’re doing so.
In the world of fundraising, donor cultivation is king. If you’ve done cultivation right, the gift is like ripe fruit falling from the tree.