Nonprofit Fundraising in 2020

The Agitator

Ken Burnett at SOFII (Showcase of Fundraising Innovation & Inspiration) recently wrote the following response to the question: How will donors be different in 2020 and how will they be the same? Donors are unlikely to become more trusting and docile, rather they will increasingly seek accountability and transparency as well as control of where their money goes and value for their money.

Mobile Money

The Agitator

65% of Pew’s ‘expert’ respondents agreed with this statement: By 2020, most people will have embraced and fully adopted the use of smart-device swiping for purchases they make, nearly eliminating the need for cash or credit cards. Pew Internet Research recently asked a variety of pundits how they saw the future in terms of consumers paying for purchases via mobile devices such as smartphones.

Which is more important? Fundraising or The Olympics?

Wild Woman Fundraising

At this rate, “…by 2020, the winning bid will include a promise to imprison all non-attendees for the duration of the games, and permanently tattoo sponsors’ logos on the faces and chests of all ticket-buyers.” Olympic Torch goes out for athletes with no money.

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EveryAction @ Bridge and Netroots

EveryAction

Fundraising Automation: Raising More Money and Getting Home to Dinner On Time. Looking to raise more money without adding staff or hours to your day? Come by booth #525 anytime during the conference to meet the EveryAction team, learn how you can raise more money with the best-in-class nonprofit tools and pick up some limited-edition swag! Summer conferences are in full swing and we’ll be at TWO of them this week!

#Aging: Health-Care Reform Showing Small Advantages For Medicare Recipients

Non Profit Marketing 360

Shrinking, but not gone until 2020. The ‘hole’ should be closed by 2020 by Dr. Berwick. Politics have roughed up most of our attitudes towards health reform.

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There Are Big Changes Coming to Facebook – What Your Nonprofit Needs to Know

J Campbell Social Marketing

billion by 2020. However, Facebook did clarify that posts asking “people for help, advice, or recommendations, such as circulating a missing child report, raising money for a cause, or asking for travel tips, will not be adversely impacted by this update.”

Newsletter: Super Bowl LIII Cause Marketing Challenge ; Businesses are Paying Off Nonprofits to Change Regulations ; Social Networks People are Spending Time on in 2019

Selfish Giving

Business gives nonprofit money. The goal is to be 100% retouching-free by the end of 2020. I'm in major prep mode for Super Bowl LIII on Sunday. I have my New England Patriots shirt, hat and socks. I've stocked the pantry with munchies - both healthy and not.

10 Best Cause Marketing Promotions of 2016 [SLIDESHARE]

Selfish Giving

Raise money. The best thing is that the money will go to smaller environmental groups. Arby's is on track to serve eggs from only cage-free hens by 2020. That's short for Other People's Money.

Millennials on a Mission: Idealism, Impact, Innovation

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

” Here are a few juicy facts from the report: By the year 2020, Millennials will make up 50% of the workforce. 91% of the female Millennials surveyed donated money to charities, and 84% of the male Millennials had donated.

Measuring nonprofit effectiveness and what’s next for GuideStar

Wild Woman Fundraising

And it’s valuable for donors to see where nonprofits are spending their money. It’s a shame that people look at 990s on GuideStar and use that information to say nonprofits are spending too much money. GuideStar 2020 report (note links to a downloadable pdf).

What do building trust and decolonizing our nonprofits have to do with each other?

Wild Woman Fundraising

I’m just going to settle for not getting a living wage or not getting health benefits or whatever because I’m doing it for the greater good, and that works for people who do have privilege and do have money to fall back on. MT: Alright, hey everybody.

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Fundraising Desperation And Chaos In 2013

The Agitator

Ideas that just might make us more successful in 2014 … and wildly successful in 2020. Why is a nonprofit’s usual and, generally, only source of money for growth limited to either ‘stealing’ from operating funds, or some rich guy or gal committed to funding the growth of a favorite cause? Money to invest in growth, without diverting funds from programs and mission.

Magic Keys Radio Today on Pitching + Mixed Links You Can’t Miss

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Here’s another way that nonprofits are making money through social networking sites (this time by having their supporters include corporate advertising on their profiles). Claire Meyerhoff and I will be talking about pitching - elevator pitches, pitching your story to the media, etc. -

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Donation Usability: Increasing Online Giving to Non-Profits and Charities

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Our new usability studies revealed considerable frustration as potential donors visited sites and tried to discern various organizations' missions and goals — which are key factors in their decisions about whether to give money. Given the high growth rate for Internet donations, we estimate that they'll constitute the majority of donations by 2020. That is: What are you trying to achieve, and how will you spend my money?

The Public Health Market Planner

Social Marketing and Social Change

Now that Healthy People 2020 calls for more education and training of public health professionals in social marketing , what is it that we need? That is a complete waste of time and money! Another waste of time and money!

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7 Strategies for Mobilizing Millennials

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

And by the year 2020, they will make up 50% of the workforce. With their robust social networks, youthful passion and idealism, they can contribute in ways that are more important than money. (Part two in our series on the Millennial Impact Project). Millennials: A powerful force for change. Earlier this month, I shared my perspectives on the 2014 Millennial Impact Report and MCON14.