COVID-19 has made a significant impact on individuals and organizations around the world. Everyone is working hard to keep their distance from others and amping up healthy practices to slow the spread of the virus.
Fundraising can be a stressful process, and the idea of setting nonprofit fundraising goals for yourself may be intimidating. Charitable giving backs the majority of your nonprofits’s programs and initiatives. Therefore, it’s likely one of the top priorities for your organization.
Donor retention measures donations from donors after their first donation. This can be difficult in any circumstance— let alone in the environment of economic uncertainty and a global health crisis we are seeing today.
An experienced board of directors bolsters a nonprofit by lending the gravitas and credibility of the members’ combined experience. However, a nonprofit board is more than reputational window dressing. It is meant to conduct nonprofit board oversight responsibilities.
The concepts of boosting nonprofit fundraising and engaging your organization’s supporters go hand-in-hand, each benefiting the other. When your fundraising strategies are strong, engagement rates increase; when engagement rates increase, fundraising revenue also increases.
Individual contributions make up a large portion of nonprofit funding. Maximize donations from this revenue source with these 5 tried-and-true strategies.
Don’t let your donation page be the reason your nonprofit isn’t getting those donations! Check out the top ways to improve your page and the donor experience.
Nonprofit stewardship is cultivating an ongoing relationship with a donor. Accountability is demonstrating to funding sources that funds were used for their donor designated purpose.
Nonprofit In-Kind donations add value to the bottom line and can be the most important resource for some nonprofits.
Looking to increase the amount of donations you receive each year? Try out these awesome strategies to incorporate matching gifts into your fundraising!