Fundraising Tips and Ideas – August 7, 2012
Reap the benefits of these valuable and informative raffle fundraising tips, ideas, and strategies – and may your next fundraiser be a whopping success!
feedproxy.google.comJune 6, 2012 2:26:03 PM EDT
With all fundraising ideas it should be your goal to maximize sales and profits. There are many ways of doing this, but if you have a sales team there is one excellent strategy for maximizing your sales… And that is by having a Sales Incentive for your sales team! When preparing your sales team you…
feedproxy.google.comAugust 1, 2012 9:05:48 AM EDT
Is your organization’s Twitter bio really that important? I mean, it’s only 160 characters long, so who would possibly be interested in reading it? Believe it or not, your twitter bio is extremely important for three reasons: It sets expectations around what you talk about on Twitter It sets you apart from the boring bios…
www.wildwomanfundraising.comAugust 7, 2012 5:31:15 AM EDT
The reason you should read this interview is because when you get people to sign up for your planned giving program, they will ALSO give more money as yearly donors. Don’t be short sighted and focused on short term money. Think long term and your donors will too. This interview tells you the first steps in setting up your first planned giving program.
donationtalk.comAugust 5, 2012 4:41:54 AM EDT
For more fundraising tips Follow @donationto or like us at Facebook The Book on Fundraising was created by the team at DonationTo.com. Today we announce The Book on Fundraising available 100% for free, in blog form. As the months progress we will work quickly to make these pages available on our blog - DonationTalk.com. Below is Chapter 8 – Direct Mail … Continue reading
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feedproxy.google.comJuly 26, 2012 12:18:20 PM EDT
Wow, I hit a nerve last week when I talked about my Least Favorite fundraising words. For the record, my own personal award for most disliked word goes to “underserved.” I think that word is a very lame effort to describe the wonderful people we try to help. My next least favorite words are “programs”…
Branding your nonprofit is not marketing and advertising (although both of those activities will help your brand). Branding is about selling everything associated with your organization.