This is the sixth post in a blog and webinar series called 101 Digital Marketing Best Practices for Nonprofits, written and presented by Heather Mansfield. Please sign up for Nonprofit Tech for Good’s email newsletter to be alerted of new posts. Thank you! Related Webinar: Social Media Best Practices for Nonprofits
As the shift to digital marketing and fundraising continues to rapidly increase in the nonprofit sector, it is inevitable that your nonprofit will need to invest in professional graphic design. Below is a list of recommended graphic designers that have experience working with nonprofits, NGOs, and charities.
Date: Tuesday, January 26, 2021 Time: 1pm EST / 10am PST Presented by: Sharon Cody, Partnership Manager at Harbor Compliance Cost: Free Your website and social media channels are remarkable tools that provide boundless opportunities to reach new donors to fuel your mission. But along with wider support, online fundraising
By Stephanie Kanak, Content Strategist at Donor Perfect – a top-rated donor management system and fundraising platform for nonprofits. Did you know that 63% of Giving Tuesday donors only give on Giving Tuesday? What if you could convert those one-time donors into engaged supporters that give again? That process
By Lindsey Himphill, Digital Marketing Strategist at MobileCause – a nonprofit technology company that pioneered text-to-donate and also offers an extensive suite of online, mobile, and event fundraising solutions. Recurring donations are the most sustainable source of income for most nonprofit organizations. In fact, monthly donors donate
By Kim Peterson, Content Marketing Specialist for Give by Cell, a technology company that provides mobile fundraising tools and text messaging services to nonprofits. With average email open rates at 20% for nonprofits, many organizations struggle to grab the attention of supporters, volunteers, and donors. Today, statistics
By Allison Weber, founder of Allison Weber Consulting, a fundraising and communications business dedicated to helping mission-driven organizations tell better stories. Stories are windows into new worlds. They whisk people away from their everyday lives and connect them with ideas that can revolutionize how they think. Now
By Katie Casillas, director of marketing at GolfStatus.org, an event management platform specifically for golf fundraisers. Planning amid uncertainty presents substantial challenges—especially for event fundraisers who must book venues, sign contracts, and send invites, all the while being ready to adapt with just-in-case protocols. Such is the current reality