Posts Tagged ‘donors’

Year End Giving – It’s Not Too Late

12.18.2014 · Posted in Fund Raising

TweetIt’s mid-December and you haven’t sent out a year-end appeal. You’re overwhelmed thinking about how you will get it all done in the little bit of time that is left. Knowing that most non-profits raise a significant portion of their budget during the last 4 – 6 weeks of the year, as much as a ...

Obtaining Sponsors for Nonprofit Events

10.22.2014 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Fund Raising

TweetWouldn’t you love to tell your donors that every dollar raised at your event will go directly to fund the organization? This would mean having every dollar you spend on the event covered by a sponsorship or an in-kind donation. This IS possible, regardless of the size of your organization. Start out by considering what ...

Thanking Donors by Email: Best Practices

09.17.2014 · Posted in Cause Marketing

TweetAs donors have begun transitioning their gifts from writing checks to online giving, the question of how to appropriate thank these donors becomes a priority for nonprofits. In a world where we expect, and often receive, what we want at the click of a mouse, thanking a donor by email immediately following their online donation ...

Promote Your Photo Shoots at Charity Events – Free Automated Solution!

09.11.2014 · Posted in Cause Marketing

TweetPhoto shoots are more than the stiff poses they once were. Today’s photographers share their talent and creativity with a multitude of styles in their photo shoots. What better way to advertise your unique photography business than by partnering with the charity of your choice? Converting your photo shoot into cash will help them bring in ...

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 ...