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After hitting it off with your supporters this year, it’s time to make it official and ask for a donation! This free eGuide will show you how to raise more money and get a commitment from your donors.
The Digital Giving Index is a year in review of insights and information on fundraising for both nonprofits seeking to strengthen relationships with donors and companies seeking to engage with consumers and employees.
The Online Giving Study examined the online giving experience on nonprofit websites, donation portals, and social networks. The study provides a big-picture survey across seven years (2003-2009) and nearly $400 million in donations.
Use these eight steps as a guide to help your organization craft a compelling case for giving. Packed with fundraising tips, this free guide will help you connect with donors and raise more money.
You know how important your website is to inform and connect with donors. In this white paper, we focus on brower-based mobile web access—one of the most affordable and accessible ways to build donor relationships—and what you can do to get the most from your mobile offerings.
As more donors complete their donations online, it is critically important to encourage and support that giving preference. Take control of your destiny to feel comfortable and competent when it comes to online fundraising in 2013.
Want our best advice in bite-sized portions? We've compiled 10 checklists to help you achieve fundraising success. This eBook covers online fundraising best practices (Web design and donation form etiquette), email outreach to-dos (subject line tips, anyone?), plus tips for event management!
Great events take lots of planning, financial support, and hard work. Before securing that banquet hall, you need to have a solid plan in place. Our ebook features the key steps to a stellar fundraising event with experts from Network for Good, Givezooks!, Events360, & Elizabeth Rose Consulting.
We've illustrated how online donors have evolved over the past decade. More people than ever are giving with technology—and key signs that online donations have gone mainstream are the prevalence of disaster relief gifts and the dropping average donations.
Should you drop your print newsletter in favor of email, and if so, how do you make that happen in a way that make sense for your organization? Kivi Leroux Miller covers all of that and more in this guide on transitioning a nonprofit newsletter from print to email.