Date: Wednesday, October 14, 2020 Time: 1pm EDT / 10am PDT (2 hours) Presented by: Heather Mansfield, Founder and Editor-in-chief of Nonprofit Tech for Good Cost: $10 (USD) This is the second of three webinars in a blog and webinar series called 101 Digital Marketing Best Practices for Nonprofits.
By Christy Noel, Vice President of Digital Fundraising Services at MobileCause In the new world of social distancing and limited in-person gatherings, nonprofits everywhere are embracing virtual fundraising events and campaigns. Hosting virtual fundraising events is new to many nonprofits and can, therefore, make those in charge
The research reports listed below are a small sampling of the research available to nonprofits, NGOs, and charities worldwide. The data can be used to help your organization craft your next online fundraising and digital marketing strategy. If you would like to suggest a specific report be
By Kayla Matthews, writer at ProductivityTheory.com – a blog dedicated to helping others better their productivity. For nonprofits, fundraising can be a challenging proposition. There are strict rules regarding what you can do to collect funds, and what you’re allowed to do with that money once you have
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By Erin Booker, Head of Content at Funraise, a fundraising platform built for fundraisers by fundraisers with 20+ third-party integrations. We’ve talked a lot recently about taking your nonprofit’s fundraising strategy digital. How to make the transition to virtual events, social fundraising, and livestream everything. But what
By Katie Casillas, director of marketing at GolfStatus.org, an event management platform specifically for golf fundraisers. The challenges fundraisers face in the months ahead present a complicated outlook—especially for those with budgets that rely heavily on event revenue. Will venues be open? Will supporters be willing and able to