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July 28, 2021

Cause Camp: From Humble Roots to Must-Attend Conference

Cause Camp is a nonprofit conference that has been nationally recognized by Forbes Magazine as one of the best conferences in America for the nonprofit sector. But before it became the nonprofit conference sensation that it is now, Cause Camp started with humble roots. It all started twenty years ago when esteemed members of the Lincoln chapter of the American Marketing Association created a community project in 2001. The association offered a half-day seminar, “Marketing […]
July 30, 2021

Is Your Nonprofit Ready for Foundation Grants?

Enjoy this spotlighted blog from BryteBridge Nonprofit Solutions! How can your nonprofit get ready for and find foundation grants? Securing grant funding is difficult for all nonprofit organizations. Working with thousands of nonprofits each year, we know all too well the key reason many nonprofits fail to win grants. As difficult as it is to hear, many organizations are not prepared to secure them as part of their overall fundraising strategy.  When reviewing grant requests, […]
August 3, 2021

Finish The Summer Strong With Your Nonprofit

Vacation requests, fewer conference invites, sporadic emails—summer tends to be a lighter season for the nonprofit sector. For many people, summer is a chance to slow down and recharge, meaning that the work might slow down, too. This year in particular, HubSpot found that employees across various sectors are starting to unplug and take long-awaited vacations as places start to reopen, leading to an even bigger summer slump. However, fall will be here in no […]
August 5, 2021

Major Gifts: How Two Fundraising Professionals Successfully Made the Ask

Enjoy this spotlighted blog from Fundraising Academy Cause Selling Education If you are not working with individual donors to raise major gifts, it’s time to start. Here’s why… The Pareto Principle states that 80% of your revenue will come from 20% of your clients. With fundraising, that might be more like 90/10. In other words, 90% of your revenue will come from the top 10% of your donors.  The Pareto Principle highlights the need for […]