Our stories have to engage readers on such a powerful emotional level that when we transition from them to the ask, readers feel compelled to take an action or make a gift. Like a still-life painting or a well-written haiku, archetypal images set a scene for readers in just a few words...
We all know telling a good story engages readers and gets them emotionally involved so that they feel compelled to send a gift to your organization. But simply being advised to “tell a story” is pretty empty advice without some concrete guidance about what kind of story to tell and how to tell it.
The Banquet Hall at the Daughters of the American Revolution Constitution Center needed a renovation to remain a useful event space.
Multichannel marketing is important for the simple reason that you must be where your donors are to engage with them.
In this episode of The NonProfit Voice, Nhu Te is joined by JoAnn Dodd of Open Door Mission and Gabe Cooper of Virtuous.
Most organizations are still handcuffed to traditional fundraising systems that are largely impersonal.
The Blue Ridge Parkway Foundation helps bridge that funding gap to support vital park initiatives.
The language we use to define people triggers automatic associations in our minds and influences the way we think and feel about them. If we are framing groups based on their deficits, our minds will only associate them with their deficits.
Run Online, in-person and virtual auctions, sell tickets, engage mobile bidders and raise more with Panorama by FrontStream. Check out this guide of 101 awesome charity auction ideas to help you put together a truly memorable event