5 Resolutions for Fundraising Emails

So you’ve wrapped up the end-of-year fundraising season, said goodbye to 2020, and are back at your desk thinking about your organization’s plans for 2021. Whether or not the past year was as successful as you hoped from a fundraising perspective, now is a great time to do a deep dive into a primary cornerstone of your digital fundraising strategy: your emails.

Build your Fundraising Strategy – Start with a SWOT Analysis

It’s the season to plan, to submit new budgets, to analyze year-end results, and improve upon them for next year. It’s also the season of resolutions. We resolve to face our weaknesses and turn them into strengths. It’s SWOT analysis season!

2020 is the year to ask your donors for gifts of stock!

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.

10 Tips for Last-Minute Year-End Fundraising

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.

Making the Case for Virtual Galas in 2021 and Beyond

Virtual galas – events so incredibly effective in raising funds and so dramatically less labor-intensive, costly, and time-consuming to produce, this new channel might just outlast the pandemic.

Are Virtual Galas the New Normal?

Are Virtual Galas the New Normal?

Virtual galas – events so incredibly effective in raising funds and so dramatically less labor-intensive, costly, and time-consuming to produce, this new channel might just outlast the pandemic.

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Emerging Fundraising Tools for Success

For over 25 years Faircom New York has been helping nonprofits raise funds to change the world. Today, we are proud to introduce our newest partners.

Mid-Level Giving 101: Case Studies for Success

A healthy mid-level giving program is critical to the success of your overall program. Using a mix of different techniques across channels can help you zero in on the best cohort of mid-level donors – and then move them up the donor pyramid.

Mid-Level Giving 101: Find & Upgrade Your Most Valuable Donors

Industry-wide, nonprofit organizations are investing in mid-level programs to generate more revenue. This attention to mid-level is critical to the overall success of any fundraising program. And you may already have many hidden gems in your current direct marketing database.

Planning for Effective Donor Meetings in the “New Normal”

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.

Say Thank You. Raise Money.

Say Thank You. Raise Money.

Have you started planning for year-end fundraising season? Most nonprofits tend to send only appeals during the Fall season, but that kind of transactional communication can turn donors off. Striking the balance between appeals and cultivations could help you maximize results. A simple thank you goes a long way!