Donor remorse is a real phenomenon. You might find it odd, but some people do regret the donation they made. Learn 4 steps to eliminate it.
Choosing the right creative director at your nonprofit can be crucial for your organization's marketing success. Use these 25 nonprofit creative director interview questions to inspire your job interviews.
One key metric that will determine the success of your fundraising program is reactivation of lapsed donors. If a donor has stopped giving to you, what will motivate him or her to return? How can we get them to fall in love with us again? You'll learn 5 ways to reactive your lapsed donors.
Do you want a proven way to accelerate your revenue growth? I’m going to share THE donor program you need to start or grow.
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Lapsed donors are one of the best sources for boosting your income. Lapsed donors are those who haven’t given in a period of time, most organizations consider a donor lapsed after 12+ months. A lapsed donor once gave to your organization, so he has both familiarity with you and also overcome the hurdle to give you a gift.
Giving Tuesday is December 3, 2019, the day after Cyber Monday. On Giving Tuesday, people are encouraged to donate to their favorite causes. Giving Tuesday has grown a lot the past few years and many organizations are now running specific Giving Tuesday fundraising campaigns. Here are ten great ideas for you to adopt this Giving
Lapsed donors have an advantage over acquiring new donors: they've already made the decision once to give to your organization. A lapsed donor is someone who hasn't given in a defined period of time, most organizations set the criteria to 12+ months without a donation. Reactivating a lapsed donor is often cheaper than acquiring a
Learn about which communications make sense for digital and how other channels still have a place in your communications plan in this episode of the Nonprofit Answers podcast.
Your nonprofit organization’s strategy determines the direction of where your organization is headed and the scope of what you’ll do. It is the thing that determines what your limited resources will accomplish for your beneficiaries, donors, and other stakeholders. How do you create goals to help you achieve your strategy?