Wrap Up

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

Take This Short Survey on Making Fundraising Decisions – “Our good friends at the Center for Sustainable Philanthropy are conducting a new research project examining how fundraisers make moral decisions. Let your voice be heard!”
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4 Guaranteed Ways to Research Major Donor Prospects – “Precisely what constitutes a major gift, and where are they to be found? These can be difficult to pin down for your particular nonprofit.”
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What Dating Taught Me About Fundraising – “It took me a lot of dates to fall in love. After recently getting married, I realize that those dates not only helped me find the right guy, but they taught me how to be a better fundraiser.”
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The 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report

[Infographic] – “Curious about how nonprofits will communicate in 2016? Want to keep up with the latest trends in our sector? The 2016 Nonprofit Communications Trends Report has you covered.”
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Survey Shows Aging Donors Most Likely to Give Online – “Donors 40-59 years old are now the most likely to give online, countering the conventional wisdom that younger donors are more likely to give online, according to the latest survey commissioned by Dunham+Company and conducted by Campbell Rinker.”
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New from the experts at Bloomerang:

[EBOOK] The Art & Science of Retaining Digital Donors – Don’t let your next website donation be the last! This free eBook will help you engage online donors in fun and personal ways.
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[WEBINAR] How Nonprofits Can Use Behavioural Economics to Increase Fundraising Revenue – Leah Eustace, M.Phil, CFRE, ACFRE will explain the role that psychological, social, cognitive, and emotional factors play in donor decision-making, and how you can use this understanding to increase your fundraising revenue.
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Cody Lawson

Cody Lawson

Product Manager at Bloomerang
Cody is a Product Manager at Bloomerang. Cody holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science and Rhetoric from Wabash College. He also holds a Juris Doctor degree with a concentration in Health Law from Indiana University School of Law – Indianapolis. He's been a valued member of Bloomerang since the doors opened in 2012.