Think back to the last time something in the mailbox made you act. Maybe it was an offer that you just couldn’t pass up. Ask yourself—what caused you to take action? Something had to catch your eye in the first place to get you to read that special offer.
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.
People give to people. It’s not such a bold, innovating statement—but it’s one we often forget. As fundraisers, it’s a statement that should be engrained in our heads.
Regularly checking in with volunteers isn’t a practice that should be taken lightly. It should be mandatory. Determine how often you’d like to meet with each and every volunteer and stick to it.
This month, the research continues, only in a different way. Let’s find out how donors like to give, then use it.
Your marketing plan could be in pieces and you might not even know it. Think about it—an unsolicited appeal here, a soft-ask there. A direct mail piece sent, an email marketing campaign received on the same day with a different message.
There’s one thing that simply can’t be put on the backburner if you want your organization to run more effectively—the relationship between your nonprofit board chair and your organization’s CEO.
We talked to some of the best in the nonprofit sector and ask them a simple question that can help us all in the coming year. Here are their best fundraising tips for 2016.
We’re bringing you a series that outlines exactly what you should be planning each month to make your year-end giving a success. In January, brainstorm.