How To Test in Acquisition Without Breaking the Bank

New donor acquisition is the most expensive area of any fundraising program, and zeroing in on the most effective control package requires constant testing and re-testing. There’s no need to break the bank to improve acquisition results – small tweaks and tests can make all the difference.

Building a Successful Matching Gift Campaign from Start to Finish

Building a Successful Matching Gift Campaign from Start to Finish

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.

Nurturing Donor Relationships

Nurturing Donor Relationships Through COVID-19 and Beyond

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.

Giving Trends

Stay Updated On Giving Trends

With Giving Tuesday Now around the corner and continuing considerations for budget revisions, it’s important to stay updated on giving trends.

Giving Tuesday Now 2020

How To Plan For Giving Tuesday Now

Giving Tuesday, the groundbreaking global generosity movement, announced a global day of giving set to take place on May 5, 2020 as an emergency response to COVID-19. Give your donors and prospects the opportunity to give to YOU on this day!

COVID-19

Foundations Step Up to Support the COVID-19 Response and Recovery

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

The CARES Act

How Donors and Nonprofits Can Benefit from the CARES Act

On the night of Thursday, March 26, the Senate unanimously passed the Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act. This sweeping, $2 trillion package went on to be passed by the House of Representatives on Friday, March 27, with a commitment from President Trump to sign it immediately when

Helpful resources to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic as a nonprofit

Helpful Resources to Navigate the COVID-19 Pandemic as a Nonprofit

As you create strategies to navigate the COVID-19 pandemic, the following resources can be helpful reference points. We will be continually updating this list, so be sure to check back. And remember — we are all in this together. Our team is available to answer any questions you may have, and we

5 Lessons for Nonprofits from the Oscar’s Ceremony

Written by Lindsay Long, Account Director As Hollywood celebrated the achievements of its best and brightest on Sunday, we weren’t merely bowled over by amazing performances and haute couture fashions. No, as committed advocates for charitable work, we found ourselves inspired by strong statements for equality and social justice that

A Few Tweaks to Jumpstart Your Fundraising Letter

By Michelle Le, Senior Account Director It’s a new year and with many non-profit organizations sending out renewal letters this time of year, we want to offer some easy tips (that are often forgotten) to help boost your fundraising results. 1. Ask and you shall receive It seems obvious that