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Millenials aren’t really that different!

Fundraising Coach

Millenials aren't really different. Both Gen Xers and some late Boomers have raised MILLENIALS. Millenials aren't very different.

How can you change the game? Gift Planning for Millenials Guest Post by Christina Attard

Wild Woman Fundraising

Gift Planning for Millenials Guest Post by Christina Attard originally appeared on Wild Woman Fundraising on August 23, 2013. Good Works Co.’s

Giving By Generations

The Agitator

Millenials (youngest would be 19 years old; oldest 36) — 25.9% of population, 11% of giving. Gen X — 20.4% Greatest — 11.8%

Reaching Across Generations

Nonprofit Consultant Blog

How are you involving millenials in your organization''s work? I''ve been in several conversations and meetings in recent months where the idea of creating a "millenial advisory group" was brought up. And so, the Millenial Advisory Group. The question isn''t whether or not you''re going to invite millenials to the table.

Baby boomers most generous – Gen Y most likely to increase donations

Fundraising Coach

Another interesting finding is that Generation Y (or Millenials) is the generational cohort most likely to increase giving in the next 12 months.

What’s Missing On Your Website?

The Agitator

A heap of stats, in the report — the 2013 Millenial Impact Report — sponsored by the Case Foundation and conducted by Achieve, about likes, dislikes, size of donations, channels used, etc. Take a look here for a.

Who’s A Young Donor?

The Agitator

He’s warning against hyperventilating over a recent report, Millenial Impact Report , based on the survey research that Jeff loves to hate (as opposed to hard data), that enthuses over giving by the age 20-35 set. He kind of sniffs at the 93% of Millenials who claim they gave in 2010, noting they include, together with real (i.e.,

How to engage with Millenials - and how they’re different from teens

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

I had the pleasure of serving on a panel yesterday at the Legacy Foundation’s event to celebrate the tenth anniversary of the Truth Campaign , one my all-time favorite examples of stellar social marketing. Among these panelists’ fascinating observations: 1. Moreover, they trust the Internet as a leading source of information.

How Millennials can help you boost corporate sponsorships

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Myth: Millenials don’t care about communities. We’re pleased to announce the release of our new guide, Engaging Millennial Employees.

Waiting For Inspiration

The Agitator

The New York Times recently headlined … For Millenials, a Tide of Cynicism and a Partisan Gap. They were previewing a series of polls regarding Millenials political and social views by Harvard’s Institute of Politics. 56% agree that “elected officials don’t have the same priorities I have”. I sure hope so!

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Marc Pitman wants you to know Millenials Aren’t Really That Different! Happy, Happy Friday! Wondering what you need to do to keep new donors?

4 Disney Lessons to Transform Your Donor Retention

Fundraising Coach

You''ll likely communicate differently to a retired Baby Boomer than to a starting-their-career Millenial. Make the donor feel special. Ask 4.

[Guest Post] 5 Reasons Your Peer to Peer Program is Failing

Fundraising Coach

Don’t aim for a demographic that is too wide -- millenials -- or too narrow -- 23 year old left handed females who own dogs. by Dave Linn.

Halloween Fundraising 101: A Killer Guide for Nonprofits

Selfish Giving

CauseTalk Radio Ep31: Red Cross Targets Millenials with “Saving Zombies [PODCAST]. It’s Halloween! My Own Experience with Hallowen.

Good news about Millennials and Fundraising

Fundraising Coach

I’ve asked her to share her take on engaging millenials in funding causes. This week, I’m thrilled to introduce Christina Attard.

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Disruption : Evolving Models of Engagement and Support

A. Fine Blog

The benefits of traditional membership are not adequate to engage Millenials and inspire them to give. The new demographic has new demands.

Donor Relations FAIL: Northeastern, what are you doing?

Wild Woman Fundraising

” And people wonder why millenials aren’t buying houses or cars. Like a coupon? Hey, get some money off this thing you bought!


Chronicle of Philanthropy Discussion on Millennials


Question from Sara Koppelman , Sports 4 All Foundation: What are the top three ways you think nonprofit groups can communicate with millenials ? This Tuesday, the Chronicle of Philanthropy hosted a live discussion -"Engaging Millennials for Social Causes" with guest host Allison H. This paper is a MUST read. Read the full transcript. Listen.

Twitter Emerges as Best Rapid-Fire News Source in Post-Election Iran Media Vacuum

Getting Attention

as a whole, and the biggest single gift we bequeath to the Millenials -- as users, we control our own experience. Here's a partial list of folks tweeting out of Iran right now (thanks to Alison Fine ). It is also reported that electricity has been cut. They want freedom; they are sick of lies; they enjoy life and know hope.

How Do You Live Online?

Marketing for Nonprofits

I pulled up data for total US and for the "Millenials" - age 18 - 24 and this is what jumped out at me. SlideShare src="[link] View Upload your own Forrester Research has created this great tool to help you understand who is online and what they are doing. Very few people are "Collectors," i.e. tag or organize content for others. Hmmmm?

Latest Cause Marketing Research

The Agitator

The 2010 Cone Cause Evolution Study notes that moms and Millenials (age 18-24) are the biggest believers in cause marketing. Thanks to Joanne Fritz at for alerting us to the latest report on cause marketing from Cone. Cause marketing is Cone’s specialty … they know their stuff. A perfect fit for both.

Nonprofit fundraising & Groundhog Day’s Ned Ryerson

Fundraising Coach

Millenial? Happy Groundhog Day! Enjoy! And don’t be a Ned!). Fundraising Secret #11: Don’t be a Ned. Ned: Phil? Phil Connors?

A Salute to Ground Hog Day

Fundraising Coach

Millenial? In a salute to Ground Hog Day, I’m reposting Fundraising Secret #11: Don’t Be A Ned. Enjoy! Ned: Phil? Phil Connors?

7 Questions to make better corporate relationships-taking your sponsorships to the next level!

Wild Woman Fundraising

They think like that, especially millenials. Click here to join us ! Bruce could you say a bit more about who you are and what you do? Bingo!