The Nonprofit Wrap-Up – February 2018

Wrap Up

We wanted to share with you some nonprofit articles, opinions and resources that caught our eye in the month of February.

How to create a donor communications calendar – “A communications calendar is a combination of messaging and timing. Getting it all planned now, at the beginning of the year, will help.”
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Editorial Calendars: The Secret Weapon of Communications Effectiveness – “You have too much content to create, too many communications channels to manage and too little time for any of it, right? You are not alone.”
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5 Ways to Use Donor Data to Segment your Email List – “One of the best ways to personalize your correspondence to donors is to segment your existing donor data. By grouping donors into similar groups, you can receive better responses and more donations down the line.”
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5 Proven Strategies to Boost Fundraising with Matching Gifts “Many nonprofits miss out on matching gifts because they don’t have a strategy to promote these programs and just hope that donors will put in a request.”
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New Hartsook Centre Leadership Study Shows Which Leadership Behaviors Promote Strong Nonprofits – “A new study by the Hartsook Centre for Sustainable Philanthropy suggests nonprofits are completely unprepared to face looming leadership changes.”
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Expert Donor Love and Loyalty Tips from Claire Axelrad, J.D., CFRE:

Top 10 Ways to Say ‘Thank You!’ to Donors

You need to make donor retention a priority (really!) if you want to survive and thrive in today’s competitive nonprofit marketplace.
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Top 7 Drivers of Donor Love and Loyalty

To sustain trust, and build upon it, you must report back to donors on the outcomes of their philanthropy.
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5 Action Tips for Nonprofits to Develop and Share Helpful Content

Discover how to build upon your trusting foundation by reassuring donors their association with you will be a beneficial one.
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New from the experts at Bloomerang:

[FREE WEBINAR] 4 Secrets to Supercharge Your Major Gift Program in 20 Minutes a Day or Less

Amy Eisenstein, ACFRE will help busy executive directors and development professionals who want to raise significantly more money by making the leap into major gift fundraising, but haven’t had the courage or know-how to get started.
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[FREE DOWNLOAD] The Fundraiser’s Guide to Loving Lapsed Donors

Lapsed donors are complicated. Use this eBook to save money on donors who are never going to give again, and increase revenue from those who stopped but could come back again.
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NCOA: The Easiest Way to Improve Fundraising Results

Whether your database of donors and perspective donors has 50 names, 500 names or 5,000 names, an NCOA is the single-easiest, fastest and arguably best thing you can do all year to enhance your fundraising efforts.
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3 Ideas for Leveraging Program Staff for Fundraising

Your program staff can be an invaluable resource to fundraising efforts. The more opportunities you give them to spend time with donor prospects, the better those prospects will understand your mission.
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Should Fundraisers Friend Donors on Facebook?

In this post, our own Steven Shattuck explores both sides of the argument of whether a fundraiser should become friends with a donor on Facebook.
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Cody Lawson

Cody Lawson

Senior Quality Assurance & Business Analyst at Bloomerang
Cody is a Senior Quality Assurance & Business Analyst at Bloomerang.
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