Taking your peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns to the next level is easier than you might think. By gathering, analyzing and using data from your past campaigns and events, you can uncover trends and find new opportunities to improve your fundraising results.
The “2017 Peer-to-Peer Fundraising study,” the first of its kind, is comprised of responses from fundraisers and nonprofit professionals who were segmented into two categories: those who engage in peer-to-peer fundraising and those who do not...
As a nonprofit organization, you are no doubt constantly trying to come up with new and inventive ways to fundraise. Most organizations love the idea of hosting events, but oftentimes fundraising events end up becoming a time and money suck, with no real benefit for all the effort.
Before you can even solicit sponsors for your fundraising special events, you need to take several key steps first to best position your organization. What most groups fail to do is evaluate their sponsor value proposition first and foremost, before event seeking sponsorships...
Invite-only conference will take place June 26 & 27 in Philadelphia, gathering leading nonprofit organizations and technology strategy partners for a unique, collaborative experience.
"Today’s nonprofits run on tech. Whether it's CRM, marketing, fundraising, operations, finance, communications or project management; today’s nonprofits are using tech platforms and tools to achieve their missions and work more efficiently..."
"Technology has the power and potential to make nonprofits more effective in accomplishing their missions, as well as driving donations and to raising awareness. I firmly believe in the power of digital tools to build movements..."
Donor cultivation events should be an important part of your fundraising program. Whether you are a small or large nonprofit or if you are raising money for annual operations for capital campaigns, you need to incorporate them as a vital element of your yearly development calendar.
Like all of us in this industry, we are invited to many nonprofit special events every month. These events represent breakfasts, luncheons and dinners that contain elements of meetings, seminars, lectures, receptions and other activities...