November 26, 2019
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Many nonprofits plan for year-end fundraising months in advance, and with the season quickly approaching, it’s time to make sure your organization’s strategy is perfected.
Managing a nonprofit takes lots of time and patience. From juggling donors to managing money to planning events, your to-do list never seems to end. Don't get too discouraged! Whatever you may encounter, there is a solution out there in the world of fundraising software.
Salsa has a new and improved integration with Double the Donation, this time with Double the Donation’s most robust tool, 360MatchPro. Organizations using Salsa Engage are now able to fully integrate 360MatchPro into their fundraising!
If your nonprofit is already using Salesforce as your CRM, you’ll want to make the most out of the features offered by this popular platform. Your organization will also want to make sure that all of your software systems work together seamlessly to keep donor data accessible to reach out to supporters more effectively.
Salesforce, the world's leading CRM, is used by nonprofits everywhere to store information about donors and details that will help them make stronger donation appeals in the future. As a nonprofit professional, you know the value of streamlining your donor information with your other software solutions.
You host peer-to-peer campaigns and events to extend your fundraising reach. But, how do you get more people to participate, and get those participants more involved?
What do you do when your peer-to-peer (p2p) fundraising campaign results go flat? Or, what if you want to take your campaigns to the next level? We say it’s time to put your data to work!
Navigating through the digital landscape can be a little murky at times. These channels are constantly evolving requiring you to keep pace with industry knowledge, insights, and best practices.
The engagement of nonprofit organizations with donors must combine strong ties with ties that are weak to maintain positive relationships on social media, as well as offline. Examples of strong ties include personal relationships like friends or family; weak ties are acquaintances. From queries and updates on the organization’s progress to personalized communication and thank-you notes, technology can be an aid if used well.
Without a doubt, peer-to-peer fundraising is among the most effective and engaging fundraising methods out there. By accessing the power of your supporter community, your nonprofit can quickly reach its fundraising goals while making connections with new individuals to rally around your cause.