Fundraising and Events


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Save Your Donors
Save Your Donors Mon, Nov 27, 2017 Is it possible nonprofits have grown accustomed to poor donor retention rates? Or is the situation just too overwhelming? Read More

Cultivate New Donors with Signature Events
Cultivate New Donors with Signature Events Thu, Nov 21, 2013 If you adopt this donor cultivation process, the financial success of your signature event can be significantly increased. Read More

What’s important to your supporters?
What’s important to your supporters? Fri, Apr 26, 2013 Sometimes a detail that seems small or insignificant to you could be a major one to your supporters, such as no hairdryers in hotel rooms! Read More

Want Fundraising Board Members?
Want Fundraising Board Members? Fri, Jul 27, 2012 Bridge the disconnect between your board members and fundraising. Read More

How to maximize results from holiday appeals and fundraising for nonprofits
How to maximize results from holiday appeals and fundraising for nonprofits Fri, Nov 27, 2009 Evaluate how your own appeal efforts stack up against those competing with you for the same donor dollar. Read More

The value of volunteer development
The value of volunteer development Wed, Aug 26, 2009 Businesses becoming more involved with employee volunteer programs, and organizations like United Way work to help facilitate that interest. Read More

Utilize “showcase events” to develop new fundraising relationships
Utilize “showcase events” to develop new fundraising relationships Sat, Jun 27, 2009 Another way to take full advantage of your events is to use them as a re-activation tool for inactive members and volunteers. Read More

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