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Humanizing Information Collection for Nonprofits

information collectionA pain point for many nonprofits is not having the right data to make informed organizational decisions. It’s difficult asking volunteers and donors for personal information, such as gender, age, and home addresses without coming off as intrusive or demanding since these supporters are already doing so much for the cause. Read more...

Can Nonprofits Use Tech to Better Diversify Income Streams?

donationIt’s almost never fun when the times come to crunch the numbers and look at your fundraising results. Did you raise enough last year? (maybe not). How is your donation income diversified, and what are the largest/riskiest income sources? (you’re not sure).

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Why the future of donor engagement is mobile

mobile donateIn 2017, social fundraising on GoFundMe resulted in over 1 billion visits from over 491 million users, which translates to over 31 visits per second. This vast amount of data allowed us to create the Social fundraising data report for nonprofits, a first of its kind deep dive into data generated by GoFundMe campaign data, donation data, and social sharing data in order to help nonprofits better understand and use social fundraising. Read more...

How this Nonprofit Uses Technology to Complete Its Mission

team heartCeeya Bolman, a cardiac nurse from North Carolina, traveled to Rwanda for the first time in 2005 at the request of a friend who asked her to tour a recently established hospital. Read more...

The Role of For-Profit Analysis in Not-For-Profit Project Management

Project-ManagementIt is misleading that project management is often spoken of in broad terms without making a distinction between for-profit and nonprofit organizations. Since these entities have highly distinct objectives, what constitutes successful project management for one may not be true for the other.  

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Three ways to design surveys as a fundraising tool

surveysCharitable giving is the backbone of nonprofits. While the driver of each effort is your love for the cause, a passion for change, or the power of doing good, the fact remains that nonprofits need the donation bank. Many people love being involved with this work, so finding donors should not be too difficult a task. The trick is when the need outweighs current donation capabilities. But the answer to how to increase funding so that more good can be done can be simpler than many may think: surveys. Read more...

The Skills Required to Lead a Nonprofit to Success

skillsFor many nonprofit organization leaders, 2018 will bring a host of new challenges and opportunities -- not the least of which is the ongoing generational shift in the nonprofit industry. As the industry transforms itself to adapt to changing technologies and new ways of doing business, the more than 1.5 million nonprofits in the U.S. are experiencing heavy turnover, with baby boomers retiring and Gen Xers and millennials taking over leadership roles. Read more...

Instagram Keeps Donors in the Loop

instagram logoThe latest Pew Research finds that 35 percent of US adults use Instagram. And, a majority of those users are extremely active, often checking the site several times a day. Plus, Instagram’s users are more likely to engage with posts. In fact, a 2017 study of brand accounts on Instagram found that the companies received 58 times more engagement (measured in likes, comments and shares) per follower.   Read more...

Your fundraising campaign is over: Now what?

event-manegmentWhat an awesome event. Everyone loved it, you hit your donation goals, you spread awareness, met some passionate influencers, and got some good leads for future long-term supporters. Time to take a breath and hit pause, right? Read more...

Tech for Nonprofits in 2017 - A Recap

2017-calendar-760The beginning of a new year is always time for reflection and resolutions. So let's reflect on the technology that helped nonprofits fulfill their mission in 2017. While its true there were no stunning technology breakthroughs that changed the nonprofit digital landscape there were small advances to existing tech that made it more user friendly or gave it broader appeal. Read more...

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