Capital campaigns put a lot of stress or an organization—when the economy is healthy. How do you navigate a campaign when times are bad?
You’re ready to stop telling happy stories in your fundraising appeals, so how should your letters look? The second in a two-part series.
Are your fundraising appeals as strong as they could be? How happy is the story they tell? The first in a two-part series.
Fundraiser burnout is an all-too-common tale. One way to solve that problem is to tell a better story about the work of the fundraiser.
It’s a crowded field on Giving Tuesday, but there’s no reason to sit that day out. Here are 4 tips for a successful Giving Tuesday that doesn’t overwhelm you.
Learning which donors are most inclined to upgrade is just as crucial as knowing which are able to according to the depth of their pockets.
It is important for fundraisers to understand the value of asset-based gifts. Not only are they good for your organization, but they are good for your donors, too, often creating a win-win situation.
When the going gets tough, the leaders step up. Here’s how to lead your nonprofit through a recession or other “bad times.”
Giving as a family can help cultivate a philanthropic spirit in kids while helping preserve your giving values.
It’s that time of year . . . Q4 is here and the big fundraising push is coming. With that in mind, here are a few facts and a few tips to set you up for a successful close to the year.