Peer-to-peer fundraising seems trendy, but is it right for your nonprofit? Here's how to figure that out and how to get started.
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With people practically sleeping with smartphones today, the time might be just right to include mobile giving in your year-end fundraising plans.
Supporters still get a lot of fundraising calls and mailings. But these resources will teach you how fundraising online is changing nonprofit strategies.
A new nonprofit can be more than confused from all the advice and available tools for fundraising. Here’s how to develop your first fundraising plan..
Writing for nonprofit publications, direct mail, email communications, fundraising, and social media is unique. Here are some tips for doing it all well.
As a nonprofit, your main source of income will likely be fundraising. Learn everything you need to know to effectively raise funds for your organization.
Online fundraising is growing fast. Here are the steps to get your nonprofit started or to make your existing program better.
If you think that more fundraising for your small nonprofit is beyond your means, consider these tips from a nonprofit expert to stretch your budget.
It is no secret that year-end fundraising is the most profitable fundraiser for nonprofits. Maximize your donations with these eight tips
Nonprofits rely on their ability to raise funds. Use these resources to learn when and how fundraising is managed to make nonprofits sustainable.
Can a charity with tax-exempt status pending still raise funds? The answer is a qualified yes. Here are the things you should think about.
If you’re as far behind on your fundraising as you are on your Christmas shopping, try these quick (but effective) ideas.
It's a myth that only elite institutions have endowments. In fact, any nonprofit can benefit from endowment fundraising and making it a priority.
Use this checklist the next time your nonprofit plans a fundraising event. These tips may mean the difference between making money or not.
Nonprofits should not ignore fundraising registration rules. If you raise funds outside of your home state, you might need to register.
Fundraising fuels nonprofits. So fundraisers are often paid well and enjoy high status. Here's what to know about getting a fundraising job.
Nearly 45% of nonprofit organizations found that social media plays an important role in fundraising. Learn why you should use it in your nonprofit.
Don’t leave employee matching gifts out of your year-end fundraising campaigns. Here’s what your nonprofit needs to do.
Will Facebook's new fundraising tools be a boon for nonprofits? Or a bust? Here's what you need to know.
Email newsletters are the bread and butter of nonprofit communications. Follow these tips to learn how to use them to raise money.
Every nonprofit should be searching for the best donors. They will have the means to give and the inclination. Here are five? ways to find them.
Did you miss any of these fantastic articles? They are what I've been sharing so far this month. Fundraising, Valentines, and writing tips.
Marketing, PR and fundraising are moving online fast. Use these tips and resources to learn how websites, blogs and social media are changing promotion strategies for nonprofits.
Before a new nonprofit gets into direct-mail fundraising, it should practice. Here are three ways to do that, including starting a newsletter.
Any nonprofit can and should have an endowment fundraising program. Guarantee your organization's financial security with an endowment.
Video is easier than ever for nonprofits. And it is very popular with people who donate to your cause. Use it often and well for better fundraising.
For nonprofits that are fundraising online, there are a number of options for processing donations. Here are three basic types.
What are the responsibilities of a nonprofit board of directors? Required by law and custom, board duties range from general oversight to fundraising.
Everything nonprofits need to know about running annual fund campaigns which you can build on for successful yearly fundraising.
Nonprofits use gift range charts to determine how many donors they will need to raise a specific amount of money during a fundraising campaign.
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