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Fundraising Ethics

07.21.2015 · Posted in Fund Raising

TweetFundraising activities for nonprofits are regulated by state laws. But what if they weren’t? What would your nonprofit do to prove to donors and your community that your organization is trustworthy and accountable? The answers might be simpler than you think. Every nonprofit should follow best practices when it comes to donor relations and fundraising. ...

Alternative Marketing Methods

06.11.2015 · Posted in Cause Marketing

TweetIn today’s technology centered environment, nonprofits can struggle to find their voice in reaching donors. With so many options revolving around social media, as well as traditional marketing methods, how can you get your message through to your donor, and potential donor, loud and clear? In the past, a business could easily choose radio advertising ...

Perfecting Your Call to Action By Email

05.21.2015 · Posted in Fund Raising

TweetAn email without a solid call to action is just another email. In your electronic marketing efforts, you can nail the subject line and get your recipient to open the email, have an amazing story that perfectly shines a light on your mission, but if you neglect your call to action, you’ve wasted your efforts. ...

Technology for Nonprofits

TweetYour 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 ...

Cause Marketing – Connect to Your Community

04.08.2015 · Posted in Cause Marketing

TweetWhen 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 ...