Posts Tagged ‘nonprofit’

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 ...

Auction Bidding, Meet Simple

04.28.2016 · Posted in Charity Events, Fund Raising

TweetPrinting bid paddles, matching bid number lists, assigning numbers to each bidder… now you can check them all off your list with one click, or app download in this case. Handbid is the latest and greatest in auction technology and will open your auction up to bidders across the room or across the country. By ...

Microvolunteering

04.15.2016 · Posted in Charity Events, Fund Raising

TweetApril 15th, 2016 is more than just the deadline to file your taxes. This year, April 15th is also the official Microvolunteering Day around the world. What exactly is microvolunteering? The Microvolunteeringday.com website describes it broadly as “bite-sized, on-demand, no commitment actions that benefit a worthy cause.” In other words, microvolunteering opens the door of ...

Your Solution to Spending Less Time Accomplishing More

03.31.2016 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Fund Raising

TweetThere are so many wonderful causes out there. Some touch our hearts, others raise awareness, while some help a child play baseball. No matter what the cause there’s always someone there who is working behind the scenes to help that cause function on a day to day basis. Often times the individual running the organization ...

Top Auction Items and Where to Find Them

03.03.2016 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Fund Raising

TweetThe date is set, the location is secured and your donors are ready to open their wallets. It’s up to you to maximize donations by offering the best of the best auction items, but where do you begin? The first place to start is with your supporters. Put the word out in your newsletter, social ...