For many nonprofits, the last quarter of the year - October-December - is half (and sometimes more) of your total fundraising for the year. It is crucial to create a strategy for this quarter and execute it for success. How will you succeed in your end of the year fundraising?
December 30th and December 31st are two of the most important giving days of the year. At many nonprofits, those two days are among the highest revenue days of the year. I recommend you develop a strategy now for how and what you'll do on these two days.
As we move into the fourth quarter, many organizations ramp up their email fundraising efforts. A frequent question I'm asked about email fundraising in general and specifically the fourth quarter, "how much email is too much?"
The holidays are on their way, and it's time to start thinking about the year end fundraising. Whether you want to increase your donations, get new donors involved or create some buzz around your organization with a campaign that will last until the end of the year, there are plenty of ideas that will work for you.
Giving Tuesday is December 3, 2019, the day after Cyber Monday. On Giving Tuesday, people are encouraged to donate to their favorite causes. Giving Tuesday has grown a lot the past few years and many organizations are now running specific Giving Tuesday fundraising campaigns. Here are ten great ideas for you to adopt this Giving
Developing a great end of the year fundraising strategy can mean the difference between success and failure with your biggest fundraising quarter of the year. Today, you're going to learn how to develop a strategy - not just any strategy, but a GREAT one to guide you to success. You're going to build this great
Do you have written goals for your end of the year fundraising? You've probably heard this illustration before: having goals is like having a destination for a trip. If you get in the car and start heading somewhere without setting a destination, you'll end up heading nowhere. The same is true for your goals. Do