Keeping your donate pages simple and foolproof, like the airline’s kiosks, is the name of the game Target audience: Nonprofits, cause organizations, foundations, NGOs, social enterprises, general public. All nonprofit marketers should fly JetBlue at least once. Just to use the check-in kiosks. If you’re not familiar with them, take a look at the one shown […]
December is the hands-down most powerful month to fund-raise and to strengthen relationships for the year to come. So stop cranking it out right now with a strategy to achieve significant results in the last month of the year for your nonprofit.
Giving days are becoming a popular way for local nonprofits to share resources, expertise and experience to achieve more together than they would individually. And Twin Cities Habitat for Humanity achieved amazing results during Give to the Max Day. Here’s how they did it.
Many of our metrics seem to weigh heavily on the side of acquiring new donors, new names for the list, new event attendees. But there’s often not enough appreciation, and therefore not enough time devoted to, building relationships with those who are already on our lists.
The only one purpose for your website is to encourage people to act. Check out these six simple ways to improve the calls to actions that exist with in your blog posts.