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Donor data migration to a new CRM can be downright frustrating for some nonprofits. Planning is critical. More importantly, however, you need to prepare for the inevitable decisions you will have to make during the process.
We wanted to share with you some nonprofit articles, opinions and resources that caught our eye in the month of August.
I had lunch with a friend several weeks ago who just started a new job at a well-known nonprofit organization in town. He recounted a story of meeting with a past donor whose first words to my friend were: “Sorry – I’m not giving any more money.”
On this episode of Bloomerang TV, Roger Craver, Editor of The Agitator and prolific writer and speaker, joins us to talk about his new book on donor retention. (Psst, you should buy it!)
You ready? I’m going to make you read the entire Gettysburg Address. That Abraham Lincoln, he sure knew how to write a case statement.
The latest fundraising method, which seems to be sweeping the nonprofit industry, is the concept of a large group of total or nearly total strangers making small donations via dedicated web platforms or apps. This unique method of fundraising is known as “crowdfunding.”
On this episode of Bloomerang TV, Betsy Rhame-Minor, Partner at Nonprofit Media Solutions, joins us to talk about friendraising. What is friendraising? You’ll have to watch and see!
There’s no doubt that online tools have revolutionized and democratized the way nonprofits manage peer-to-peer (P2P) campaigns, event registration and fundraising auctions. These incredibly powerful tools are available to all nonprofits at an extremely low cost. Rather than charging a fee for these services, companies instead take a cut of the payment made by the [...]
Lots of things can derail nonprofit staff, board and committee meetings. As an organization, adhering to the following ground rules for your various meetings can improve productivity and inspire a culture of teamwork:
Most persons of modest means have a will, having come to the conclusion that having one is much better than not having one, especially if they have children. Why? It can usually be boiled down to a few basic reasons: