#GivingTuesday is a kickoff to your year-end fundraising. It holds more significance this year.
Operation Smile has been weathering the pandemic storm that has taken precedence since March.
Conventional wisdom says to start planning seriously for your year-end fundraising in August — or even earlier.
Here are recommendations on ensuring the greatest success in your year-end campaign efforts by creating a powerful message.
The annual fund, as we historically have known it, has evolved. Understand it for what it is, and be prepared to change your processes.
The annual giving campaign is the backbone of nonprofit fundraising. It needs to focus on donor acquisition and retention.
Each year, I urge my clients to begin planning their calendar year-end campaigns around this time of year.
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Budgets are tight, and this year-end fundraising has to work in order for many to stay afloat next year.
A tool to recoup losses in a difficult year