September 25, 2021
May 2, 2020

Protect Donor Data When Working with Third-Party Vendors

High-profile data breaches in recent years show just how vulnerable some organizations can be to attacks from outside. Protecting your nonprofit’s data is crucial, no matter who you work with. Data privacy gets even trickier when you’re dealing with a third-party vendor, whose systems and storage methods might leave you at higher risk.  Ultimately, it’s up to you to make sure your organization’s data is secure ― and the stakes are high. A 2016 study […]
April 25, 2020

Nonprofit Neuromarketing Supercharges Fundraising

There’s strong competition among nonprofit organizations when it comes to fundraising in the U.S. There are more than 1.5 million tax-exempt nonprofit organizations, and many have to compete for the attention of the public and donations. Therefore, there’s no surprise nonprofit organizations are constantly looking for new and effective marketing tactics to give them an advantage over their competitors. Fortunately, there is a unique approach that nonprofits can use to better understand their prospects, while […]
April 18, 2020

Major Donors Answer Fundraising Question: Should My Nonprofit Ask Now?

Major Donors Answer Fundraising Question: Should My Nonprofit Ask Now? was written by Phoenicia Miracle is based on major donors who responded to her recent blog, “What Should We Do Now? Each answer is from a unique donor, from someone who has said yes for years to non-profits across numerous sectors. Like ours, their worlds have also changed, and here are their thoughtful responses to our most pressing question: Here’s what Phoenicia discovered. “Should Fundraisers […]
April 18, 2020

8 Tips for Fundraising When You Hate Networking

Networking can be a daunting prospect. But it’s essential to having a successful nonprofit organization, so being prepared is vital. It doesn’t have to feel like a chore if you’re an introvert. Try these tips for fundraisers who hate networking: 1. Be prepared Work out exactly what you want to get out of the event in advance. Make sure to have a tight elevator pitch ready to go, and bring plenty of business cards so […]