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September 14, 2021

How Hybrid Fundraising Can Sustain Nonprofits

Enjoy this spotlighted blog from PayBee In 2020, fundraising looked a little different. Much of this was due to necessity as the COVID-19 pandemic forced many donors and supporters to stay home. Unable to continue raising support through traditional in-person gatherings, charities and nonprofits turned to virtual fundraising platforms.  This enabled many organizations to discover the benefits of online fundraising, including lower overhead costs and more attendees. According to the Blackbaud Institute’s annual report, online charitable […]
September 9, 2021

Maximizing Social Engagement for #GivingTuesday

As vacations end, students return to school, and the final days of summer approach, your nonprofit is busy gearing up for your year-end fundraising strategy. At this point, you’re probably finalizing your plans for the year-end giving season and preparing to put your fundraising and social engagement strategies into action as the first leaf turns orange. Undoubtedly, your year-end strategy includes a nod to Giving Tuesday. As one of the biggest days of the year […]
September 7, 2021

Protecting Mission-Critical Data by Using Cybersecurity Best Practices

Enjoy this spotlighted blog from Sightline Security When it comes to protecting your nonprofit’s valuable data, cybersecurity best practices are key. But for most nonprofit and mission-based organizations, the go-to options for improving any aspect of cybersecurity aren’t always nonprofit-specific. The process usually involves the use of general guidebooks written by well-meaning third-party organizations, conducting broad and generalized training, or applying the products developed for the for-profit economy. These solutions might be helpful if you […]
September 2, 2021

Five Limiting Beliefs of Nonprofit Leaders

Whether we recognize it or not, we all have limiting beliefs. You know, those less-than-truthful things we tell ourselves that hold us back. For nonprofit leaders, perhaps it’s the belief that you’re not qualified, or that you’re the best thing to ever happen to the cause sector. A limiting belief can be either positive or negative and still curb your individual and organizational potential. Let’s take a look at some common beliefs that nonprofit leaders […]