I sing the praises of the small donor. Those generous folks that give when they can to a mailing, or online, or even to your very specific appeal on social media. Why? Because they’re the ones doing the heavy lifting in nonprofitland.
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Nonprofits are concerned that a decision by Congress to increase the standard federal tax deduction will cost them donors. We sat down with Abeja Solutions founder Terri Shoemaker to find out how savvy nonprofits can turn this new challenge into an opportunity.
We all know millennials are the largest generation in the workforce and that they want nonprofits to communicate with them in many different ways. But don’t get distracted by that distant, moving target and miss the big one right in front of you.
Phoenix fundraiser Terri Shoemaker and marketer Virginia Treviño knew there had to be an easier way for nonprofits to get donor mailings done.
When nature called, Brianna Klink de Ruiz found her calling. Bri was a college student, waiting to pick up her boyfriend outside a computer science lab at the University of Washington. But she couldn’t wait any longer to visit the ladies room.
As a nonprofit writer, there are moments that feel like being an NFL linebacker – taking the hits play after play. Don’t let your storytelling get sidelined by confusing plays and poor sportsmanship. Here are 5 things you can do to take some of the pain out of nonprofit communications.
New fundraisers are often surprised at how mentally challenging the job can be. To avoid burnout, it’s up to you to convince the boss that you need some outside muscle. Here’s how to go about that and not get burned.
If there’s one thing I’ve learned in 20 years of nonprofit fundraising it’s this: if you want to be successful at the job, you have to own it. No one is going to give you millions of dollars unless you’re fully committed. Here are 9 signs you might just be a fundraiser after all.