Mid-level donors are essential to the success of any fundraising organization. They provide a much-needed financial bridge between small donors and major gifts, and they offer a great opportunity to engage potential major donors. A key part of your mid-level donor strategy is to acquire new midlevel donors.
In this article, you'll learn seven tried-and-true methods for attracting new donors. By implementing even just a few of these strategies, you can quickly start seeing results.
Why do major donors give? This is a question that nonprofit organizations should be asking themselves on a regular basis. The answer, of course, is different for every donor. Learn 10 common reasons.
If you're responsible for a major donor program that isn't bringing in the results it once did, you're not alone. In this post, we'll share six tips to help you breathe new life into a stagnant major donor program.
As a fundraiser, you know that building and maintaining relationships with your donors is key to success. And in today's world, that means using social media. LinkedIn is a powerful tool that can help you connect with potential and current donors, cultivate relationships, and solicit donations. Here are 5 tips to use LinkedIn in your major donor strategy.
Email is one of the most important channels for nonprofit fundraising. It's a way to reach out to donors and keep them updated on your work. But, if you want to raise money through email, you need to write great fundraising emails. Learn the tips to do just that!
The ability to build a strategy and execute it is what separates the good from the great. How to build an effective social media strategy for your nonprofit isn't always clear. In this series, I'm going to help you build a social media strategy.
As a fundraiser, you know that major donors are crucial to the success of your events. They provide the financial support that allows you to put on a high-quality event that will attract and engage potential donors. But how do you get major donors involved in your event?
Planned giving is a type of philanthropy that allows donors to make larger gifts to nonprofit organizations than they might be able to give outright. Discover 10 questions you can ask donors about their interest in planned giving.
Planned gifts may be the best return on investment your fundraising program will see. Planned giving are those donations that are planned to occur in the future through a will or trust. It may be difficult to quickly look at your donor file and identify who has potential for planned giving, it isn’t enough to