Posts Tagged ‘nonprofits’

Cause Marketing – Connect to Your Community

04/08/2015 · Posted in Cause Marketing

When the Marriott Corporation partnered with the March of Dimes in 1976, they likely had little insight on the door they were opening. Both the Marriott Corporation and the March of Dimes benefited greatly from their partnership which raised $2.4 million in charitable giving. Following in the footsteps of their success, many corporations and charity ...

#GivingTuesday

11/20/2014 · Posted in Cause Marketing, Fund Raising

Nonprofit organizations can sometimes get lost in the hustle and bustle of the events and holidays at the end of the year. Your donors, just like everyone else, are focused on family, shopping and the many activities they are expected to attend. This year, your organization can offer your donors a new perspective on the ...

Thanking Donors by Email: Best Practices

09/17/2014 · Posted in Cause Marketing

As 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 ...

Have fun. Will travel. Raise money.

05/09/2014 · Posted in Charities/Not-For-Profits, Travel

Do you remember your first vacation? You, know, the one with beautiful sunsets, sand between your toes, a morning cup of coffee from a mountain cabin view or laughter-filled afternoons making snow angles. Even the ones that might have involved way too much sunscreen lathered on or not enough, mosquito attacks, creepy-crawlers in your tent, ...

Is Ecommerce Giving Worth Your Time?

01/15/2014 · Posted in Fund Raising

While Ecommerce is nothing new, it has recently garnered new attention as AmazonSmile has come on the scene. AmazonSmile joins sites such as GoodSearch/GoodShop and We-Care.com in donating a portion of their sales to nonprofits. Most sites donate from 1.5% – 15% of purchases. AmazonSmile is donating .05%, less than most, but with the popularity ...