The Benefits Of Using Peer-To-Peer Fundraising

You might have heard of peer-to-peer fundraising. You might have heard that it is when donors make their own fundraising campaigns which then raise money on your behalf, making it a type of multi-tier crowdfunding for nonprofits. It's been used by such heavy hitters as the Multiple Myeloma Research Foundation and the American Cancer Society. That's impressive, …

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How To Promote Your Donation Page: 3 Tips For Using Social Media

So, you finally got your donation page up so you can accept donations online. Whether you're hosting fundraising events, or just looking for donation management solutions, having an online portal where people can give means there's a minimal distance between desire to give, and the following action. But now that you have a place you can accept …

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How to Tell Your Nonprofit’s Story with an Awesome About Us Page

Whether you are starting a nonprofit or wanting to revamp your website, one page you must have is an awesome About Us page. All too often, this is one page that gets ignored when creating any website. Research, however, has shown that this may very well be the most important page for readers to your site. You …

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How Your Non-profit Gets The Most Out Of Giving Tuesday

Forget the holiday season shopping countdown. Many stores already display Christmas trees, ornaments, wreaths and holiday wrap. Online retail sites stopped their summer sales and tempt you with the tease of Black Friday/Cyber Monday markdowns. Every year the push starts earlier and the spending frenzy increases. And into this commercial chaos comes the peaceful prospect …

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The (Year) End Is Near: Are Your Finances Ready?

A few months remain until we call it quits for the calendar year, but for nonprofits, the calendar year and fiscal year are very different. June 30 marked the end of the fiscal year for many nonprofits, and it's time to reconcile financial records, file federal documents by November 15 and look at budget needs …

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Creative Ideas For Your Next Fall Fundraiser

Coming up with fundraiser theme ideas that keep people interested can be uneasy. It doesn't have to be thoughtful and fancy, it just has to do the job. Easy fundraiser themes remain a terrific way to ensure your nonprofit succeeds. The four simplistic ideas listed below are great fall fundraiser themes, or maybe they can improve …

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The Donor Mindset: Why They Give, What They Want In Return

Our daily news broadcasts, newspaper headlines and Internet feeds increasingly feature political strife, terrorist targets and generally downbeat stories, but in all the negative news, a positive statistic stands out: charitable giving in the last year increased to $410.02 billion, up 5.2 percent from 2016. Seventy percent of those donations come from individuals, rather than corporations …

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Create a Social Media Contest to Spread the Word that You Accept Donations Online

Fundraising and getting the public to donate to your nonprofit can be time-consuming and draining process. The beginning few months are the most difficult and often lead to burnout and overall project failure, but this doesn't always have to be the case. The key is perseverance and not letting an unsuccessful attempt get you down. As they …

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Three Ways To Fundraise And Tell Your Nonprofit’s Story

Before the donors arrive at your door, checks (or online contributions) in hand to present to your nonprofit, donors need to know you. They want to know who you are, what you do, why you exist and where their money goes. Expressing the history of your nonprofit combines storytelling, photography, videography and statistics, all centered …

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