Here's 28 Reasons Why Your Nonprofit Should Switch to EveryAction

EveryAction

Thousands of nonprofits use EveryAction every day to raise money, manage offline fundraising through pledges and grants, send emails, run nonprofit digital advocacy campaigns, and so much more. Choose your data points, and use Report Builder to easily arrange and interpret your data. #6.

GUIDE: Using Donor Personas to Maximize Your Nonprofit Fundraising

EveryAction

It’s no secret that storytelling in the digital age is essential for nonprofits , but the efficacy of stories depends largely on how clearly and strategically they’re communicated to each unique segment of your audience, also sometimes known as a persona. Oscar One-Off Donor 2.

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10 Things People Don’t Talk About In Fundraising (But Should)

Wild Woman Fundraising

” In the spirit of being wild, truly wild, and showing you the dark side of fundraising, if s**t at your nonprofit is going south, here’s what your fundraiser is really thinking. Do you ever think, “well, I’d like to do less with donors, and focus more on grantwriting and appeal letters, but I have to grit my teeth and go out to that networking meeting?” A lot of us want to do ONE side of fundraising and not the other.

Is Fundraising a Fail? New National Study Paints a Pretty Dim Picture of Nonprofit Fundraising

Marketing for Nonprofits

"‘The most significant regret I have in looking over my 15 years as a leader of two big philanthropies is that while we thought a lot about sustainability at the Open Society Foundations and at the Atlantic Philanthropies, we rarely made grants to strengthen organizations’ fundraising in a way that encouraged innovation and democratization." - Gara La Marche CompassPoint and The Evelyn and Walter Haas, Jr. How many donors do we have?

Getting Major Donors To Contribute Large Regular Donations Can Stabilize Cash Flow

Seeking Grant Money Today

I recommend that your nonprofit consider developing stronger relationships with its donors who give or could give in large amounts. Developing these particular contributors into regular contributors who give more each year, is called a major donor campaign, so those who do or could give in larger amounts are called major donors. The goal of the major donor campaign is to raise larger amount contributions, that are given regularly (more often), year to year.