While we made it to 2022, it still may be difficult to grasp what the nonprofit sector will look like this year. A lot has changed in the past two years. To keep up with all changes and challenges nonprofit fundraisers and executives may encounter each year, NonProfit PRO compiles nonprofit trends each year to learn predictions on emerging fundraising and leadership tactics for the year ahead.
Predictions on emerging fundraising and leadership tactics for the year ahead
There is a lot of talk in our industry about developing a culture of philanthropy. It’s the hot buzzword these days at strategic planning sessions and board retreats. But what does developing a culture of philanthropy really mean in the day-to-day life of a nonprofit professional?
We know how it feels to be caught by the desire to be safe by relying on past success versus attempting new strategies. We know that certain stumbling blocks can arise as you debate future directions for the staff and office. These 10 steps can help to keep a staff from missing a vital part of successful fundraising.
It feels challenging to plan at a time of so much uncertainty. We may all feel like burying our heads in the sand and waiting for someone to yell, “The pandemic is over!” But because of the shifts of the pandemic, many nonprofit organizations are creating strategic plans.
Fundraising strategies have been evolving since the dawn of the digital age. While some organizations have been quick to adopt innovative new techniques, most are still resistant nearly two decades later.
Here are five strategies to redefine philanthropy for the New Year. These actions will prepare you to build a strong culture of giving and amplify your development program as we continue to navigate a dynamic environment.
NonProfit PRO asked two of its board members for their best advice on 2022 priorities. Here's what Craig H. Shelley, CFRE, managing director at Orr Group; and Ashley Thompson, managing director of Blackbaud Institute shared.
What if I told you there was a way to hit the reset button? There is (psychologically at least). It's called the fresh start effect. This also has implications for your fundraising. Your donors are going through this same self-assessment and those are perhaps most pliable in their giving habits.
Here are 10 steps to help ensure that your organization – and you and your team – finish 2021 on a high note.