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Why Have a Dedicated Nonprofit Bank Account?

March 22, 2024
Nonprofits have unique needs when it comes to financial management. If you’re looking for a bank as a new nonprofit or researching options in preparation for switching banks, don’t just settle for a business bank account. There are numerous factors you’ll want to consider for your bank account that are specific for nonprofits.

3 Ways to Boost Donor Retention with Nonprofit Tech Tools

March 8, 2024
Donor retention is important. If you’ve been in the nonprofit space for more than a week or two, you’ve probably read all about it—how retaining donors is more cost-effective than acquiring new ones, how it’s an important part of building a sustainable fundraising program, and how focusing on retaining your donors should be one of your top priorities.

Substack for Nonprofit Communications

February 9, 2024
Substack is a more user-friendly version of Medium that has garnered a large following. Many people regularly post on Substack. Initially, Substacks primarily focused on branding, organization, and food, but the platform's political content has grown, and now there are many notable political Substacks.

Practical, Actionable SEO Tips for Nonprofits

January 19, 2024
Search Engine Optimization should be a top priority for nonprofits in 2024. By optimizing your content to maximize SEO, you’ll reach more potential new donors and supporters. ISEO can be a frustratingly long play since the process of getting indexed by search engines can take weeks or even months, but it’s worth it.

5 Essential RFP Writing Best Practices for Nonprofits

January 11, 2024
Request for Proposals (RFPs) are a critical tool for nonprofits seeking services from vendors or consultants. A well-crafted RFP attracts the right partners and lays the foundation for successful projects. Pulling from experience with thousands of RFPs, Prosal shares five best practices to enhance your RFP writing process.

3 Ways to Make the Most of Non-Cash Giving

November 1, 2023
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.