Posts Tagged ‘Golf’

Improve Your Event By Adding a Theme

03.06.2017 · Posted in Charity Events, Fund Raising

TweetWith the popularity of auctions consistently on the rise and fundraising taking on so many forms, largely thanks to social media, how can you make your fundraising event stand out? The odds of striking it lucky with an “ice bucket challenge”-type gimmick are small, but adding a theme to your event could pay off. Building ...

Great Reasons To Visit Geronimo and TravelPledge

07.06.2016 · Posted in Fund Raising, Geronimo.com News

Tweet   We’ve been busy, and we hope that you will visit Geronimo or TravelPledge (our new website to have fun and help great causes) soon. In fact, we are now featuring $7,596,517 in fun experiences (golf, vacations, cruises, etc)  that you can enjoy and generate a  nice donation at the same time, and we ...

Avoid The Summer Donation Dip

05.10.2016 · Posted in Cause Marketing, Fund Raising

TweetFor all of us who work in a nonprofit organization, or with one, 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. But it ...

Opportunity Knocks for Your Donors and for your Organization.

12.19.2015 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Fund Raising

TweetFor all our TravelPledge partners your supporters have an opportunity to enjoy a four day Caribbean cruise January 21st, 2016. Supporters of your charitable organization (plus friends/family) can enjoy a four day Caribbean cruise,January 21st, 2016. Here are some important details: Your supporter saves $384. Your organization receives $614! Very limited number of these are available ...

Storytelling 101

12.11.2015 · Posted in Fund Raising

TweetTelling a powerful story about your nonprofit may not be the best fundraising tool. What? That’s right, if we are telling the story of our nonprofit and leaving out the donor, we may be making a fundraising fumble. Every great story has a hero. When we leave out the donor, we’ve left out the hero ...