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Targeting Chronic, Lost Non-Responding Donors
Fundraisers are continually optimizing their marketing efforts for better response and improved return on investment (ROI). A crucial part of this effort involves evaluating the non-responsive names on a house file or an outside lists, and determining when to stop promoting to them.
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6 Steps For Readiness Beyond the Basics
Before seeking grants, it’s smart to assess your organization’s capacity to compete effectively and to handle the money it might bring in. If it’s not ready to compete, a proposal is a waste of time and resources. If it’s not prepared to manage the money, a grant could place the entire organization at risk.
The NPT Career Board is a great resource to find quality professionals with experience in the non profit sector. Our goal is to connect Top Talent with Industry Leaders.
4 Reasons You Should Care About Data
You’re probably collecting a lot of data. What are you doing with it? If you’re ignoring that data you’re missing out on a big opportunity to strengthen your work and increase impact. Here are four reasons why you should pay attention to your data and begin doing something about it.
Small organizations sometimes need to think big when it comes to a specific project, in the long or short term. This might mean bringing in outside help, and that means doing the homework. At the Bridge to Integrated Marketing & Fundraising Conference at National Harbor, Md., Nadine Gabai-Botero of Focus Fundraising LLC, Joan Geiger Wood of Joan Wood & Company LLC and Isabelle Blanco of the Foundation Center said that leaders at smaller nonprofits often think they lack the resources to use outside help when conducting prospect research.