You don’t have to be in the midst of a campaign to take advantage of Kent Stroman’s annual fund tips. “Everyone’s in a campaign,” said Stroman, of the Institute for Conversational Fundraising in Tulsa, Okla. “You can apply some strategies we think are reserved for major campaigns every day.”
It takes a lot of work to raise a major gift, so much so that it isn’t always easy to estimate how big the gift will be.
Serving as a chief development officer (CDO) of a nonprofit can be a good springboard to moving up the ladder, but going from one position to a higher one overnight is risky.
As entities that provide financial support to the nonprofit sector try to get more bang for their buck they are taking a closer look at evidence-based programs/
Google Analytics is more than just click-through and conversion rates. These 10 analytics, as discussed in WebLink International’s e-book, “Top 10 Things Your Association Should Manage In Google Analytics,” can help you segment and target your audiences better than ever.
Every starlet dreams of having a Sugar Daddy, because it’s way better than some of the other possibilities.
Setting expectations is one of the most important things you can do as a manager. When it comes to your organization’s volunteer board members, Gayle Gifford, ACFRE, recommends crafting agreements with each of them that specifically spells out their commitments, including what will be accomplished and when, and what support and feedback will be provided.
Teaming up with another organization can be exciting, nerve-wracking, productive and fulfilling. Frances Dunn Butterfoss outlined eight ways to be a good collaboration partner in her book “Ignite: Getting Your Community Coalition Fired Up for Change.”
Corporate donations, major gifts and bequests are necessary, but nonprofits rely on donors. And more donors. And more donors. Even donors who start out small are important, because they can become bigger donors over time.
The perception often is that major donors are reached only through face-to-face contact and that the Web is for middle- to low-range donors.