Social media is one of the easiest tools for small nonprofits because it is easy to set up a profile and it’s free to get started. It allows your nonprofit to share its latest news and updates, promote fundraising campaigns, and strengthen relationships with your supporters. This post features 5 reasons why social media is essential for small nonprofits.
The average growth rate for social media ranges from .64% to 4% per month. To grow your nonprofit's following on social media, you need to make concerted effort to let your supporters and donors know how to find your nonprofit on social media.
27% of nonprofits worldwide have experienced a cyberattack (email phishing, website hacking, ransomware). This post features five simple best practices for your nonprofit to ensure that your staff and your digital marketing and fundraising campaigns are safe and protected.
In this free webinar, you'll learn how to leverage storytelling and utilize donation augmented fundraising tom maximize donor retention. Nonprofits will be walking away with actionable and data-driven tactics that will allow them to raise more for their organizations.
Peer-to-peer fundraising is the number one tactic that inspires donors to give to charity and 39% of Americans who’ve donated to charity have done so because a friend or family member asked them to. Keep reading to learn four easy ways that you can acquire new donors with your next peer-to-peer fundraiser!
The 2023 Nonprofit Tech for Good Report is based on the survey responses of 1,732 nonprofit professionals. Survey questions covered website and email communications, online fundraising, social media, and professional development in the nonprofit sector.
Blogging allows your nonprofit to have a consistent stream of new content to use in your e-newsletter and share on social media which, in turn, increases traffic to your website and awareness of your nonprofit’s brand. Blogging is also one of the best ways for your nonprofit to improve your search engine optimization (SEO).
Sponsorships are at the heart of a golf tournament’s fundraising power. While golfer registrations are an important piece of the golf event revenue puzzle, sponsorships are where nonprofits can get the most return.
Volunteers are critical to nonprofits—in many cases, the good work wouldn’t get done without them! So, what do you do when your helpers lose interest and disengage? Here are 6 effective strategies to prevent volunteer burnout.
Donate Now, Pay Later allows donors to give to their favorite charitable cause over time, while the nonprofit gets all the money upfront right away. Furthermore, donors who use Donate Now, Pay Later give roughly more than 3.5X more on average.