May 7, 2021
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If you're a nonprofit, chances are you rely on a constant stream of revenue to power the good work you do. The fundraising strategies you employ will be critical to your success in both the short term and the long term. It’s never too late to hone your strategy, and in this article we’ll give you 26 expert fundraising strategies to create and engage more donors, generate additional revenue, and take your nonprofit to the next level.
Most nonprofit fundraising strategies include a plan for online donations, event ticketing, and major gift programs. But one of the most overlooked ways to generate additional revenue is through corporate sponsorships.
In this article, you’ll learn all about nonprofit corporate sponsorships and how they can help your organization accomplish its mission and increase fundraising revenue.
When opportunity knocks, nonprofits need to be ready to answer the door and be open to the possibility of expanding their operations.
That’s exactly what happened when President Joe Biden arrived at the Delaware Humane Association to adopt a dog named Major.
This is the fourth post in a series of articles on the topic of digital marketing for nonprofits and creating the perfect nonprofit website. In the first article, we discussed creating your about page or mission page, the second article discussed creating program and impact pages, and the third article covered creating volunteer and take action pages.
Donors don’t open their wallets and make contributions to your organization simply because of the good work you do. And with the ever-increasing competition for the attention of potential supporters, it’s more important than ever that you create an effective nonprofit fundraising call to action.
Advocacy campaigns are a great way to bring attention to a cause or effect change around a specific issue. In this article, we’ll look at a successful advocacy campaign from Save the Children Action Network and discuss why they’ve been so successful with their calls-to-action.
Virtual fundraising is any fundraising that takes place entirely online, including donations made on your website or through social media channels.
Salsa Labs is excited to announce the release of an entirely new set of game-changing “Smart” features. Salsa's Smart features are informed by Predictive Analytics, powered byMachine Learning technology, and created to improve the efficiency and efficacy of our users’ online efforts to move their missions forward.
Moving the public from the education phase through organizing all the way to action can sometimes be a slow, arduous process for advocacy organizations. Even simple campaigns can take months to plan and execute; and for those trying to affect the passage of legislation the endgame is often measured in years. That’s why it’s increasingly important to recognize current events that can generate momentum for your nonprofit and deliver fundraising opportunities.
Due to the pandemic and social distancing guidelines, your nonprofit has likely postponed or canceled its fundraising events. While this was a smart strategy at the onset of the pandemic, as nonprofits and individuals have settled into the new normal, it’s time your organization starts to pivot to the virtual sphere, if you haven't already.
Nonprofit organizations using Salesforce have a powerful and flexible tool at their disposal to track constituent information, manage campaign income, and generate intelligence needed to make smart decisions. In addition to the CRM capabilities that Salesforce provides, Nonprofit organizations also need purpose-built fundraising and advocacy tools.
Fundraising software, the applications used by nonprofit organizations to manage fundraising campaigns, include a wide variety of software that provide everything from simple form building tools to complete supporter engagement systems.
Today's supporters are bombarded by requests to buy, donate, support, volunteer, and interact. It is no longer enough to design compelling messages that "rise above the noise." Modern nonprofits are employing "Smart Engagement" to get their message through.
Smart Engagement involves using technology and automated processes to focus on the most important tasks and to make the best decisions possible. It's about giving your staff the tools and the information they need to make smart decisions every day.