Posts Tagged ‘donations’

Make Your Story Equal Donations

08.27.2014 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Fund Raising

TweetAs nonprofit organizations we all have a story to tell. A story of our clients, a story of donors, and even the story of the history of our organization. We are all well aware that the stories are what bring in the donations. While the story still has an important place in donor relations and ...

Promote Your Lessons at Charity Events – Free Automated Solution!

08.13.2014 · Posted in Cause Marketing, Fund Raising

TweetHave you ever considered donating your talent to charity to help them raise some extra money? Golf lessons, guitar lessons, cooking lessons, skating lessons, personal fitness, … all of these and more could make a big difference (lesson by lesson) to a charity in need in your community. While donating a guitar lesson to a ...

Summer Donation Dip

07.16.2014 · Posted in Fund Raising

TweetIf you work in a nonprofit organization, you have no doubt encountered the summer season decline in giving. The on-set of summer in the nonprofit world can bring on stress, endless planning sessions and even cutbacks if your fundraising strategy does not effectively recognize this season’s challenges. Summer is the time to continue to build ...

What Drives Young Donors?

02.06.2014 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits

TweetNonprofit organizations are seeing, and feeling, the shift from one generation of donors to the next. While Baby Boomers and the Greatest Generation largely focused their charitable giving on healthcare, religious organizations and the arts, young donors seem to be driven by values, as well as results. The Frey Chair for Family Philanthropy program at ...