You’ve seen fundraising thermometers before. Everyone uses them—when I was a kid, we used them for elementary school fundraisers, church fundraisers, building funds, and other events. Today, nonprofits use them for peer-to-peer fundraising, capital campaigns, and lots of other places. But it’s when they combine event fundraising with fundraising thermometers that really exciting things happen.
The success of an email marketing campaign relies on a foundation of good organization, preparedness, and fine-tuning. Only with these things can you be sure that your nonprofit emails will affect your readers, leading to interest in your cause. To ensure you get off on the right foot and maximize your rates of success, here’s everything you need to know.
Sponsored by Jitasa Surely you’ve heard the overly cheesy “if you love something, let it go” parable. This may be sound advice when going through relationship troubles, but it should by no means apply to your decision making with outsourced staff. In fact, the opposite is usually true: if you love the work an outsourced staff member is doing, don’t let them go. Hold on tight, and maybe even consider the possibility of hiring them […]
While social fundraising is a critical concept to understand, it can also be a complicated one. But when you can embrace the idea and add it to everything your nonprofit is doing, it can be a powerful force that can help take both your fundraising goals, and your awareness goals, to the next level.