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!
Written by Gabrielle Montgomery, Jr. Digital Marketing Associate In an age where social media usage is majorly on the rise, it is not news that social media platforms are expanding their offerings to have an impact on important areas like fundraising. Facebook fundraisers for nonprofit organizations have been increasingly popular
Faircom New York’s newest client, FOUR PAWS International, fights for a world where humans treat animals with respect, empathy and understanding. Their programs include rescuing animals living in illegal or abusive captivity and providing them with a safe place to live; fighting illegal puppy and kitten trafficking; protesting the fur industry
By Miriam Braun, Digital Marketing Manager In the 15 years since Facebook’s inception, the platform has gone through many evolutionary periods: from a collegiate message board, to a place to connect with friends, to a communications tool between brands and consumers, to the global advertising, digital behemoth it is today.
Corinne Servily, President of Faircom New York, and Barbra Schulman, Vice President of Integrated Marketing, will be attending the National Catholic Development Conference this Fall. Join us for a discussion on the value of integrated fundraising Written by Corinne Servily, President of Faircom New York The most successful and robust fundraising programs
By Violetta Znorkowski, Jr. Digital Marketer 1. Prioritize It’s no secret that holiday sales are filled with tons of visual stimuli to catch your attention. With colorful signs that read “85% off” and neon arrows pointing at discounts, it’s easy to get side tracked. We’ve all walked into a store with
Written by Michelle Le, Senior Account Director It’s exciting news! Our favorite shows like Full House and Coach are coming back to television, and we simply can’t wait to drop the lines “Cut. It. Out” and “Have Mercy” in front of younger generations (without getting confused looks). Rebooting popular