More than 200 organizations are preparing to bombard the online world with Twive and Receive — Twive combines the words Twitter and Give — a 24-hour fundraising competition on June 14. Twive pits cities against each other in a competition to see which city is the most generous in America, and one of the tools these nonprofits will be using includes Pinterest, the third most-visited social network in the country.
You may have read my post here a few months ago about social fundraising, and I wanted to share a new start-up in this category that has a unique twist.
Founded by Wayne Yamamoto and Jason Culverhouse, both of whom have several successful start-ups to their credit, Charity Blossom has listed close to a million nonprofits on their website. The list of charities runs the gamut from huge multi-national organizations like the Red Cross to tiny, very local charities like my favorite, Town Cats, which may not have the bandwidth to set up fundraising pages on their own.
The email marketing and fundraising landscape keeps evolving, and it’s increasingly vital for nonprofits to develop a comprehensive email strategy. We’ve put together a short guide of email best practices to help you better focus their email fundraising and marketing efforts. It never hurts to keep reminding ourselves to focus on the fundamentals!
Expanding online fundraising options for change-makers of all shapes and sizes Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, community organizations, social entrepreneurs, change-makers, activists, organizers. Guest post by Tom Dawkins Co-founder, StartSomeGood The last half-decade has given rise to many exciting advances in the area of online giving and community building. The Obama for […]
Microsite built for The Center for Reproductive Rights by SankyNet. Microsites can be a powerful tool for online fundraising and marketing Target audience: Nonprofits, NGOs, cause organizations, social enterprises, brands, foundations, educators, Web publishers, creative directors. Guest post by Carla Chadwick Creative director, SankyNet Let’s face it: Nonprofit websites often suffer from multiple personality disorder. […]