Tools, articles and insights for the modern fundraiser.
While we may not always know what your constituents are doing, we do know where they’re spending much of their time, and it’s on mobile apps. People are spending an average of four hours a day on their mobile phones — and 90% of that time is spent in mobile apps.
Nonprofits and businesses are different in some ways, but they share a key goal: to attract more loyalty to their organizations. A typical way to gain visibility for your business’ products and services or nonprofit programs is to invest in marketing campaigns.
The world of nonprofit compliance is complicated, with regulations changing constantly at both the federal and state levels. Along with changing fundraising trends, donor expectations, and the abrupt shifts out of and back into in-person events we’ve experienced since 2020.
It’s hard to miss all the talk about cryptocurrency, NFTs, Bitcoin, blockchain, etc. Reactions to this new technology seem to range from “next best thing since…” from those who’ve eagerly embraced it to “too risky and untrustworthy” from those wary of this new digital landscape.
If you’ve been in the nonprofit sector for a while, you’ve likely heard about the benefits of hosting peer-to-peer fundraising campaigns. Asking your supporters to raise money on your behalf not only provides a revenue-generating opportunity for your organization, but it also offers a new engagement opportunity for your most dedicated supporters.
It has been a little while since we’ve attended an in-person event – 2 years to be exact – which is why we are excited to make our triumphant return for the 2022 Peer-to-Peer Professional Forum in Atlanta from February 28th – March 2nd. Check out these tips to get the most of the conference.