Posts Tagged ‘nonprofits’

Great Reasons to Visit our Website

We’ve been very busy. We’d like to invite you to visit TravelPledge to see just how we busy we’ve been. TravelPledge is now featuring $7,031,199 in fun experiences (golf, vacations, cruises, etc)  that you can enjoy and generate a nice donation at the same time, and we have built over 4,100 private label websites for ...

Lets Talk Turkey and #GivingTuesday

10/24/2016 · Posted in Cause Marketing, Fund Raising

It’s easy to get lost in the hustle and bustle of fundraising events and holidays as they quickly approach. Your donors, just like everyone else, are focused on family, shopping and the many activities they are expected to attend. There’s something coming to keep everyone focused on fundraising during this busy season, #GivingTuesday. For those ...

Opportunity Knocks for Your Donors and for your Organization.

12/19/2015 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Fund Raising

For 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 ...

Social Media Upgrades for Nonprofits

Staff members at nonprofits are notoriously stretched thin. Job descriptions often include “additional duties as assigned”, which could encompass almost anything from taking out the trash to helping write a strategic plan. In the busyness of running a nonprofit, your social media profile needs to become a priority and not simply one of those “additional ...

Technology for Nonprofits

Your nonprofit organization likely relies on a volunteer workforce to accomplish a great deal of your mission. Volunteers work in data entry, programs, marketing, office help and more. Your volunteers are oriented to your organization and become some of your greatest advocates. Why wouldn’t you also rely on volunteers to help keep your online image ...