A program officer from a foundation has reached out and she wants to talk about submitting a proposal. Here are 3 questions you should be prepared to ask in that call or meeting.
Facebook and Instagram are thriving for you—time to tackle the next beast. Here’s part three on how to get seen on YouTube.
So you’ve mastered Facebook and now turning to other social media platforms for your nonprofit. Here’s part two about increasing engagement on Instagram.
You’re probably working on improving your organization’s presence on social media and better engaging your donors. Here’s the first in a three-part series about how to boost your social media engagement.
Too often fundraising is reactive rather than proactive, hindering growth and creating a frenzied and hectic development culture. Take some time at the beginning of the year to set goals, plans, and strategies.
Once you’ve investigated the first three questions about friction in your database—perceptions, people, and processes—it’s finally time to consider the platform itself. Here is part four of “Everybody’s database sucks.”
Maybe the problem with your database isn’t the database. It’s you—and how you’re doing things. Have you reviewed your database processes recently?
It’s that time of year . . . the end of Q4 and the big fundraising push. With that in mind, here’s a few facts and a few tips to set you up for a successful close to the year.
It’s true for your database, too: you need the right people doing the right job. Here’s how to get “people” right on the database side of things.
You probably feel it, too: “my database sucks.” Here are the four reasons databases suck—and what to do about it. The first in a four-part series.