December is an important month for nonprofit fundraisers! A lot of time, effort, and preparation goes into ensuring end-of-year campaigns are successful and being up to date on fundraising trends for the year ahead is important so you can diversify and maximize your fundraising success.
The 2024 Certificate in Social Media Marketing & Fundraising program covers the fundamentals of social media marketing and fundraising for your nonprofit. Participants will learn how to create a social media strategy, how to craft a content marketing plan, and current best practices for using social media for community engagement and fundraising.
Online silent auctions help non-profits raise funds effectively without having to organize a full-scale in-person event. However, one crucial factor that can make or break your silent auction’s success is the prizes you offer. Selecting compelling items that appeal to your audience can significantly impact your fundraising results.
Philanthropy is at an inflection point and fundraisers are looking opportunistically beyond cash and credit as their sole sources of funding. Now more than ever, nonprofits need to lean into non-cash giving in the form of stock, donor advised funds, and qualified charitable distributions.
A supplemental post to 101 Digital Marketing & Fundraising Best Practices for Nonprofits, use these 50+ email marketing stats to guide your nonprofit in creating an email marketing strategy that maximizes the reader experience and fundraising success.
Email is a powerhouse for fundraising. Twenty-six percent of online donors say that email is the tool that most inspires them to give – outpacing social media, websites, and print materials. Email is also their preferred communication method to receive news updates and appeals.
Social media has seen some major changes over the past years, and to effectively use social media, you have to evolve your strategy alongside it. Make sure your social media is ready to go for Giving Tuesday to help your nonprofit maximize your fundraising efforts.
Join this free webinar on November 14 to learn five fundraising trends to watch for in 2024! Reflecting on past successes and areas of improvement can rejuvenate any development team. To best allocate resources for the upcoming year, it’s crucial to know what’s trending in the world of philanthropy.
The next series of webinars required to earn a Certificate in Digital Marketing & Fundraising from Nonprofit Tech for Good starts March 27, 2024, but if you would like to earn the certificate in 2023 — you can purchase the notes and recordings.
Your nonprofit's Google Ad campaigns are up and running and now it’s time to assess whether your campaigns are performing up to par. We recommend running your campaign for at least a week to get sufficient data before analyzing performance.
From basic email invitations to examining your data for insights, the donor and event attendees data your nonprofit collects helps provide a roadmap guiding your organization to more meaningful connections with those who care about and engage with your cause.
In the rapidly evolving landscape of nonprofit organizations, adapting to the digital realm has become a pivotal challenge. To fortify fundraising and impact strategies, embracing emerging technologies is paramount. Among the innovative tools that have garnered attention is ChatGPT.
Board members, by and large, report that they want to meaningfully help the organization they service. This free webinar will explore strategies to engage Board members based on their unique skill sets, personalities, and networks.