If you find yourself with a matching gift opportunity, you can make it a multi-level success by ensuring that both those donors that fund the match and those that respond to it truly feel engaged and understand the power of their giving and how it multiplies toward funding the mission of the organization.
Through the pandemic response, an incredible shift has taken hold: rising public trust in nonprofits. Charities of all missions and sizes are stepping up to fill urgent gaps in the community and take additional steps for authentic relationship building. Central to this is stewardship! Learn more about these promising trends and how you can implement strong stewardship in your fundraising program to build long-term value and lasting donor relationships.
Industry-wide, nonprofit organizations are investing in mid-level programs to generate more revenue. Implementing targeted programs to build major donor revenues is, of course, important to diversifying valuable fundraising income at the top of your donor pyramid. But organizations have historically forgotten the middle-tier that is both a critical to bridge
If you’re not familiar with Donor-Advised Funds (DAFs), it’s time to get started. This charitable giving vehicle holds great fundraising potential for your nonprofit, and understanding how you can unlock it will be game-changing. DAFs contribute to 13% of overall giving today — more than digital, which is 8.5%. Additionally,
Whether your organization currently receives grants from foundations to support your programs or not, it is important to know what these significant players in philanthropy are doing to aid the response and recovery from this current crisis. For those with current foundation partnerships, open conversations with grantmakers can yield important