By Scot Chisholm, CEO and Co-founder of Classy––a social enterprise that creates world-class online fundraising software for nonprofits, modernizing the giving experience to accelerate social impact around the world. If it seems like we’ve been talking about 2020 for decades, it’s because we have been. Over the
By Christy Noel, Vice President of Digital Marketing Services at MobileCause – a company that pioneered text-to-donate and also offers an extensive suite of online, mobile and event fundraising solutions. She advises nonprofits to accelerate their fundraising and engagement efforts through giving and marketing strategies via digital technologies.
Now its fourth edition, the 2019 Global NGO Technology Report has over 1,000 useful statistics for NGOs, NPOs, and charities worldwide. The stats below represent 5,721 organizations from 160 countries. The data is also available in the report in infographic format by region: Africa, Asia, Australia &
By Tereza Litsa, Social Media Manager at Lightful, a simple social media management platform for nonprofits. #GivingTuesday is the biggest generosity movement in history. With more than 150 countries joining, and more than 14 billion impressions on social channels every year, it’s the perfect opportunity to tell
UPDATE: This webinar was presented on October 15, 2019 (View Slides). Packed with practical advice and customized for small NGOs on a limited budget, this webinar will stress the importance of engaging website design, strategic email marketing, and current trends in online fundraising and social media. Attendees
Now in its fourth edition, the 2019 Global NGO Technology Report provides 100+ technology benchmarks NGOs, NPOs, and charities worldwide. The data reveals how organizations use web and email communications, online fundraising, social media, productivity software, and emerging technology. This year the benchmarks are available for six regions: Africa Asia Australia and
Join Nonprofit Tech for Good, Funraise, and the 2019 Global NGO Technology Report partners for a 24-hour Twitter Takeover on September 26! You can participate and follow the takeovers on Twitter at @NonprofitOrgs. Please review the schedule below and then join, discuss, share, and follow at #NGOtech19:
By Kayla Matthews, writer at ProductivityTheory.com and business journalist dedicated to helping others better their productivity. Fundraising is and will always be a necessity for nonprofit organizations, but times have changed — and so has the technology. It’s not necessary to stand outside local grocery stores with