Resource: Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Workbook

Non Profit Marketing 360

Idealware and Cathexis Partners have created Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Made Easy: A Step-by-Step Workbook , to help nonprofits plan what can be a complex event. The workbook is available as a free download. The post Resource: Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Workbook appeared first on Nonprofit Marketing 360 : Content Marketing for Nonprofits. Peer-to-peer fundraising, the technique that has fueled thousands of successful walk-a-thons, has expanded with social media tools.

Free tool of the week: Digital Identity Workbook for nonprofits

ImpactMax

It’s a new hands-on workbook for nonprofits about their digital identities—how to think about and intentionally plan for your organization’s online profile. Here’s how the workbook—entitled ThisIsMe —defines digital identity. By the way, this workbook—thanks to Creative Commons licensing—was based on an original from the UK I’m so glad I found this gem last week when Nancy White released it on her blog.

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Social Media for Social Good Academy 2020 – DOORS ARE OPEN!

J Campbell Social Marketing

Action-packed workbooks practical assignments for each Module to keep you on track, progressing, and taking action. The essential, step-by-step blueprint for taming the social media chaos, building a community of fans that rave about you, and getting your work day back on track. Distilled into a simple system you can follow without overwhelm! .

Top 10 posts of the year: Happy 2010!

ImpactMax

Free tool of the week: Digital identity workbook for nonprofits. No way around it, 2009 was a tough year for everyone—especially nonprofits. I hope we’re looking at much more good news in 2010! Here’s a year-end round-up of my most read posts. Thanks for tuning in this year, and a special thanks to those who shared comments! How nonprofits can succeed in the new sustainability paradigm: 6 big lessons from social media. 10 ways to show a little sympathy to your donors.

Mixed Links for Nonprofit Communicators

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Salsa Labs has a new workbook you should check out if you are currently running any type of campaign – 10 Ways to Get Your Supporters to Take the Next Step. Did everyone have a good week? Join me this fine Friday for some Mixed Links… Tomorrow, July 25th, is the last day Joanne Fritz will take submissions for this month’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival. The theme is Year-End Fundraising.

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The 5 p’s of engagement fundraising

iMarketSmart

You can gain permission if you develop content (engagement experiences, tools, widgets, videos, workbooks, apps, etc.) 1- Permission. Donors have immense power these days. They can ignore your communications! The best way to ensure that they don’t exercise that power is to gain their permission to communicate with them. Having a list of 100,000 matters little if no one engages with your outreach.

Writing a strategic social media engagement plan

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

The answer unfortunately is “it really depends” Over the years I have continually tried to update and improve my Strategic Social Media Engagement Workbook based on what I learned from my actual experiences consulting for a variety of organizations from those sectors. This workbook however was always only meant to serve as a guide to help my workshop participants think strategically and create a framework for their soon to be developed plans.

5 Ways to Improve Your Nonprofit Fundraising On Facebook

J Campbell Social Marketing

If we parents can come together to buy new workbooks, our children can continue to learn! Charlotte and Dave Willner started a Facebook fundraiser on June 16, titled “Reunite an immigrant parent with their child,” after they saw a viral photo of a 2-year-old Honduran girl looking up and crying as her mother was searched by a Border Patrol agent in southern Texas. They aimed to raise $1,500. As of June 24, more than 400,000 donors have raised more than $20 million.

Why You Need A Strategic Online Nonprofit Communications Plan

J Campbell Social Marketing

You even get a workbook to follow along and jot down notes!). Strategic Online Nonprofit Communications Plan Workbook. I have heard the same complaint from every single nonprofit client that I work with – they are feeling overwhelmed and stressed out by their always-growing marketing and fundraising To Do list. You are not alone in feeling this way !

#SOCIALMEDIA: Online Communication Is A Team Sport

Non Profit Marketing 360

Some excellent guidance for establishing these rules has recently been provided by Idealware.org, who offer their Nonprofit Social Media Policy Workbook to those who register at their site. The workbook really is just that: be prepared to fill in blanks and respond to multiple-choice questions (with your teammates ? This workbook is designed to help you, as an organization, ask the important questions about social media. Prep your staff for social media success.

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Find Your Frequent Email Readers Using Excel

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

I quickly cut and paste those emails into one column in a new Excel workbook. Back in September, I told you about our experiment to see who our most loyal newsletter readers were. I thought that was a better measure of email engagement than simply looking at open or click rates. Here’s what we discovered: We used our CRM to help us figure this out, but I knew there had to be a way to do it in Excel too, so I put out the call for help.

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Wanna be a fundraising rockstar?

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My workbook “Secrets to Raising Money Online&# is part of a cool package you can get from the Fundraising Rockstars. Fundraising rockstars are people who get it. They’re raising big money and rockin’ their nonprofit. Their fundraising activities are solid, including how theu raise money online. Did you know that most donors check out your website before they make a gift – whether they are giving on line or through the mail?

Private, Corporate, or Government Grants?

Get Fully Funded

Get 3 one-hour webinars plus the workbook for $197. When it comes to grantwriting, it can be confusing to decide which kinds of grants to go after. Here’s a quick-and-dirty explanation of private, corporate, and government grants. Typically, I like to go after private foundation grant opportunities first. They tend to be the easiest to apply for and the easiest to follow up on.

Plan Your Year-End Campaign in 7 Steps

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Download your copy of the workbook today. . It's that time of year again! It's time to make a plan to reach your year-end fundraising goals. These 7 steps will help you make your map to December gold. Figure out what you're trying to accomplish. Any campaign worth its salt is about getting results. What results are you and your organization looking to achieve?

3 Simple Ways to Improve Your Nonprofit Digital Storytelling TODAY

J Campbell Social Marketing

Be sure to download your free copy of my HOT off the presses Storytelling in the Digital Age Workbook! Welcome to the third episode of Nonprofit Social Media Nerds , where we discuss and demo social media tools, tech, tips, and tricks. Most) Fridays at noon we will come to you live and discuss a topic designed to help you use your limited time and resources for social media more effectively and efficiently.

How nonprofit organizations can provide more value to generate more revenue in 5 simple steps.

iMarketSmart

Try a workbook to help them think about how they can find meaning in their lives (not only through giving). In my last post, I tore up the concept of the disappearing donor. I proclaimed that donors are not disappearing. Rather, our sector’s fundraising practices are driving donors to avoid our communications because most nonprofits fail to understand and provide value.

Fundraising QuickStart Program

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This training kit contains a short, to-the-point workbook and an audio CD to help you focus your thinking and set yourself up for success. In this workbook, you’ll discover how to transform your fears of asking for donations. Includes a short workbook and 1-hour audio. A 6-Week Series to Help You Get Funding NOW! You’ve been asking for help to easily raise money for your nonprofit and now we have the perfect solution for you! ANNOUNCING THE FUNDRAISING QUICK START PROGRAM!

3 key mindshifts to overcoming your fear of asking for a gift

Get Fully Funded

It’s a 60-minute audio CD and workbook designed to help shift your mindset and set yourself up for success. $49 Happy Fundraising Season! Between now and the end of the year is a great time to make some individual asks. If the thought of asking someone face-to-face for a donation scares you, terrifies, or paralyzes you, you’re not alone. Lots of people would rather do most anything else than ask someone for a donation! But it doesn’t have to be that way.

How to Create Your 2019 Digital Content Strategy

J Campbell Social Marketing

Action Step: Download the Digital Storytelling Workbook to determine which stories to collect, craft, and share. . Welcome to the fifth episode of Nonprofit Social Media Nerds , where we discuss and demo social media tools, tech, tips, and tricks. Most) Fridays at noon we will come to you live and discuss a topic designed to help you use your limited time and resources for social media more effectively and efficiently.

Free nonprofit tools from 10 different experts!

Fundraising Coach

2 free workbooks, 2 free trainings, and. I’m thrilled to be participating in the Nonprofit Goodies Giveaway ! 10 of us have gotten together to offer: 5 free ebooks including the Wild Woman’s Guide to Fundraising and my own Ask Without Fear! , one free Donor Map. On the Nonprofit Goodies Giveaway site there are tools to help with your major gifts, annual fund, grant fundraising, storytelling and presentations. There’s even a training to help you with your benefit auctions.

35 amazing ways to engage and involve your donors and supporters

iMarketSmart

Workbooks. If you’re stuck wondering how to involve your supporters with your mission, look no further. Here are 35 ideas from a stream of my consciousness. Surveys. Quizzes. Invitations to join a board or committee. Games. Polls. Videos. Advocacy or activism opportunities. Podcasts. Testimonials. Online chat tools. Webinars. Streaming live events. Question and answer sessions. Tell your story opportunities. Infographics. Reports or eBooks.

How to Get Others to Buy Into Your Cause

Getting Attention

Simply order To Sell Is Human — hardcover or e-book, from any bookseller — before December 30, 2012 , to get your: Two-week skill-building plan, the To Sell is Human workbook. Yes, you’re in sales. So learn how to get better at it! Are you cringing, thinking “what’s she off on now,” about to click to another web page or all of the above? Please take a deep breath, because I believe that what I have to say here is vital to your cause. How Do You Persuade People to Share a Precious Resource?

10 Reasons Why You Should Get Your Hands on My New Book

Get Fully Funded

It comes in a user-friendly workbook, with everything broken down into an easy step-by-step format. My new book “Get Fully Funded: How to Raise the Money of Your Dreams” is garnering some wonderful support from nonprofits all over the country. I’m mighty proud of it and I thought I’d give you some specific reasons why I think you need to get a copy. Fundraising can be complicated. You don’t need to figure it all out yourself.

10 Reasons Why You Should Get Your Hands on My New Book

Get Fully Funded

It comes in a user-friendly workbook, with everything broken down into an easy step-by-step format. My new book “Get Fully Funded: How to Raise the Money of Your Dreams” is garnering some wonderful support from nonprofits all over the country. I’m mighty proud of it and I thought I’d give you some specific reasons why I think you need to get a copy. Fundraising can be complicated. You don’t need to figure it all out yourself.

Your Advice? Social Media on Serious Stuff

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Giveaways – give a free pass to a training or win a Body safety workbook. During my webinars and workshops on how nonprofits can use social media successfully, I often urge nonprofit staff to take a friendly, fun, and more light-hearted approach to their social media communications. But that’s often a tough sell with organizations that deal with very serious issues, like abuse, rape and death.

Semantic confusion surrounding modern marketing

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

As a result, I have now included a page of definitions in my Social Media Engagement Workbook, for the sole purpose of setting context. There are numerous marketing terms that are being misused so often these days that I often find it necessary to give a quick lecture on semantics before presenting, training or consulting with clients. If this is not done from the get-go, then consensus within a group is nearly impossible to attain.

Will you let me help you raise money through the mail?

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You’ll get a downloadable workbook to follow along. Secrets of Direct Mail Mentoring Course. Give me 4 weeks and I’ll show you how to raise gobs of money through the mail! I’m proud to announce a new teleseminar series that I’ll be starting July 14th. It’s my “Secrets of Direct Mail Mentoring Course&# and in it you will learn everything you need to know to raise money like the big nonprofits do.

Strategic Social Media Marketing 2-day Workshop Finally Launched!

Public Sector Marketing 2.0

Further still, we will be using a live Google Doc to fill out certain sections of the workbook collaboratively.I When I first launched the CEPSM social media marketing workshop in April, 2008, I really had no idea that it would garner such a positive response. In fact, we quickly stopped going through the logistical hassle of organizing public workshops since there was more than enough demand for private ones (organizations inviting me in).

Top 10 Things to Look For in New Board Members

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

And if you’d like a recruitment guide – you can use my 24-page Recruit Your Dream Team Board Workbook (it’s free to my subscribers.). Gail Perry. Gail Perry knows how to fire up a board! But first you have to have the right kind of people in place. Gail shares what she looks for in a enlisting board members. If you want to learn more, this Thursday Gail will join us for a Pass Holder webinar called 7 Steps to Enlist and Build Your Dream Team Board.

How to create a road map for your goals

Fundraising Coach

To get the free MagnetGoals ecourse, or to purchase the workbook, go to: [link]. (c) The first month of the year is gone! Now is a great time to review your goals. (I I have blogged about goal setting here.). As you review your goals, you may find your behind on some. Creating a road map will help jump start those goals. To create a goals road map follow this simple 5-step process: Write out your goal. What is it you want to accomplish? Make sure the goal is worded so that it is: Specific.

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Goal Setting for Personal and Professional Development

Fundraising Coach

In the MagnetGoals Workbook , I have a worksheet to help with this. In the MagnetGoals Workbook , I share a worksheet to help you create a roadmap for accomplishing each of your goals. In the workbook , I talk about one of my MagnetGoals was to learn ballroom dancing. I just love the week of Thanksgiving. Having those few days off to be with family and friends puts me in a reflective mode that I find perfect for formalizing my 2011 goals.

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Developing a Plan to Approach Companies

Fundraising Coach

You can use a worksheet in my workbook to help. Perhaps you already have a list of companies that could donate to your organization. If not, we’ll be helping you with that in our December 6 webinar. Once you have that list, the next step is to determine who the real decision makers are in each company and how you can get in front of them to present your case. Remember that the decision maker might not be the person who has the most visibility in the company.

In the Red Last FY? What to Put in Your Annual Report

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

It includes our e-book and workbook that will help you write a full-length report, as well as a recording of the one-hour webinar where I explain how to create a great annual report in just four pages.

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Agitator Cliff Notes: “Hacking Marketing”

The Agitator

That’s why participatory content like calculators, games, quizzes, workbooks, and assessments enter the equation. This time, I’m going with a non-fundraising book: Hacking Marketing by Scott Brinker of Chief Marketing Technologist fame. The idea is how to take the lessons from the agile software development movement and apply them to more traditional marketing. In the book, Scott espouses agile marketing values of: Individuals and interactions over processes and tools.

Your burning social media questions answered

Nonprofit Marketing Blog

Nonprofit Social Media Decision Guide is an accessible guide to assessing what to do and planning how to do it (complete with workbook). Have you ever wondered…. Is it worth it for my organization to be using social media? How do I decide whether to Tweet/Facebook/blog? What amount of time should I spend on it? What will I get out of it? There’s a great new eGuide available free from Idealware that covers these topics.

Misty Water Colored Memories…Of the Way Facebook Was

Kivi's Nonprofit Communications Blog

Everyone who registers will receive 4 bonuses including the Facebook Ad Campaign Workbook. Remember the good ol’ days of Facebook? It was just like a romance. You would meet someone and hit it off. You had the same interests and beliefs. They might sign up for your newsletter. Witty banter would ensue, then you knew it was “for real” when they liked your Facebook Page.

Reporting to Grant Donor After End of Project

Seeking Grant Money Today

You applied for the grant and after receiving it, understood that the grant money would cover the workbooks, guest speakers' fees, and the rental car you used to practice with your agency's clients. On March 2, 2006 we received from the Safe Driving Foundation a grant, in the amount of $5,000 to pay for the clients' workbooks, guest speakers' expenses, and the rental car expenses. You know that communication is everything in raising grant donations.

How To Edit, Improve, Clarify, and Make A Compelling Case In Your Grant Proposal

Seeking Grant Money Today

workbooks, videos, and flashcards), and the rest will go to overhead costs like heating, rent, and electricity. Self editing a grant proposal especially when trying, for instance, to raise a $50,000 grant can be daunting. Let's go through a few practice edits, here, to get your mind sharpened for the challenge. Here are some tips to keep in mind.