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March 8, 2018

Nonprofit Winter Games Closing Ceremonies

Sadly, all good things must come to an end. The Nonprofit Winter Games are over, and we’re retiring the #NPOWinterGames hashtag until 2022. Thanks to everyone who participated. Here are the organization(s) that won each game. Congratulations to all! Note: all winners were selected at random from the full list of participants in their events.
March 8, 2018

5 Best Practices for Collecting Supporter Data

When someone submits their email address on the ONE Campaign website, they receive a welcome email with a friendly message and a simple question: ”Do you think we’ll see the end of extreme poverty in our lifetime?” You’re also presented with three run-of-the-mill options. Clicking on any of the three takes you to a different form where you’re asked to take a 2-minute survey so the organization can understand your interests and motivations. This is […]
March 7, 2018

Combine Fundraising Thermometers and Events to Take Donor Engagement to New Heights

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.
March 6, 2018

Everything You Need to Know about Running an Email Campaign for Your Nonprofit Organization

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.