Whether you’re a small nonprofit new to end-of-year fundraising or the impact of the pandemic has left your organization understaffed and behind in planning, now is a critical time to ramp up your efforts. Half of all nonprofits receive a majority of their annual donations during the last three months of the year – with 31% of those donations happening in December according to Network for Good.
Donor meetings are an essential component of major gift fundraising, providing invaluable opportunities to learn more about the individuals who make your programs possible. There are some fundamentals you should consider when preparing for these meetings – and new factors to keep in mind during the “new normal” of major gift fundraising in the time of COVID-19.
English might seem like the primary language on the web, but for many nonprofits, multilingual digital communications are important to build trust and engage with online communities of donors and prospective donors. Here are the best practices to help lay the groundwork to implement a multilingual digital communications strategy.
This year, Faircom New York is celebrating a big milestone of 25 years in business. Our organization was founded by Corinne Servily, Faircom president, and was originally called EuroAmerican, which focused on direct marketing, establishing mail programs and implementing fundraising for French NGOs like Doctors Without Borders. Over the past
Faircom New York is proud to announce that our President and CEO, Corinne Servily, will be presenting at the 50th Annual National Catholic Development Conference & Exposition (NCDC) on September 17. The NCDC brings together religious organizations and fundraising professionals from around the world to “network, learn, share, play, and
Written by Agathe Sarran Faircom New York and Faircom Paris have been ramping up their mid-level strategic positioning and campaign execution as a result of two major factors in the industry: An increasing trend of donors focusing their giving—i.e. giving greater amounts to fewer charities in an effort to make