Tim Adkins of Hands on Atlanta and Sam Fankuchen of Golden join the NonProfit Voice to discuss volunteer management software and its effect on Hands on Atlanta’s volunteer engagement.
As exciting as new software can be, making the move to new technology can also seem intimidating. It requires change, and change can often bring anxiety. Here are seven things you can do to help ensure your new software implementation goes more smoothly and stays on track.
Beth Fisher of Mel Trotter Ministries and Fisher Strategic, joins The NonProfit Voice to discuss her organization’s journey of selecting and implementing new technology to improve workflows and be more efficient with donor communications.
Let’s look at four key steps, and some useful tips, for selecting the right software for your nonprofit.
Olivia Laura at It Gets Better Project and Tiffany Rivers at Media Cause join The NonProfit Voice to share insights into how the nonprofit teamed up with influencers to reach its constituents and raise awareness with a hashtag campaign on TikTok.
Moving to new technology isn’t typically something nonprofits look forward to. Even if you know that it’s time to upgrade your nonprofit’s technology, you might find yourself with anxiety-inducing thoughts. However, it’s important to move past the fear and know that the results can be well worth the investment.
Glen Peck of the Lustgarten Foundation and Salvatore Salpietro of Fundraise Up join The NonProfit Voice to discuss why nonprofits should not be afraid to update their tech stacks.
For your fundraising efforts to continue to be effective, your communications must reach the right people and stand out. The good news is that there is technology out there that can support your fundraising efforts in today’s challenging fundraising environment.
Crystal Schanette, director of data services at SOME (So Others Might Eat), and Kimberly O'Donnell, chief fundraising and engagement officer at Bonterra, join The NonProfit Voice to discuss ways to fundraise efficiently, such as automation, multichannel engagement, and predictive analytics.
Technology training can impact employee satisfaction and efficiency as well as staff turnover. Here are two things to consider.
Do you ever have a nagging feeling that it’s time to update your nonprofit’s website? But how do you know for sure that it’s time to change your nonprofit’s website? And how do you find solid reasons for a website redesign that justify the time and cost involved? Let’s dive into some answers to these questions.
As you gear up for year-end appeals. You’re thinking about things like when you’ll get started, how many communications you’ll send and through what channels and what will be the focus of your messages. But here’s one thing you might have overlooked: How will you use technology to improve your year-end fundraising?
In this episode of The NonProfit Voice Tech Series, Mark Becker, founding partner of Cathexis Partners and editorial advisory board member of NonProfit PRO, is joined by Geoff DeLizzio, chief development officer at the Epilepsy Foundation, and Maria Clark, executive vice president of partnerships at GoodUnited, to discuss a digital-first fundraising strategy.
When it’s time for new software for your nonprofit, you’ll need to know the true cost. Here are nine critical things to consider.
In this episode of The NonProfit Voice Tech Series, Mark Becker, founding partner of Cathexis Partners and editorial advisory board member of NonProfit PRO, is joined by Karen Cincotti, assistant director of web and operations for the Roswell Park Alliance Foundation, and Russ Oster, co-founder and CEO of Grassroots Unwired, to discuss event management technology.