The right tools of the trade + the right message = taking your nonprofit's mission to the next level.
Volunteer help and a check-scanning app to make collecting donations easy are just small ways to support the St. Baldrick’s Foundation fight against childhood cancer.
If your church or organization hasn’t moved to online giving yet, the idea might seem overwhelming. Or maybe you have gone digital, but you’re not yet reaping the benefits. In either case, help is here.
Finding new donors is a challenge all nonprofits face. But smart nonprofits know maximizing current donor relationships is the easier way to fundraise.
As rare as paper payments sometimes seem, checks are still heavily used in certain industries. In the nonprofit world, many donors still give via check.
Whether your nonprofit is putting on its own giving day or participating in a community event, it’s an excellent way to draw in new donors—some nonprofits have reported that as many as 60% of their giving day donors are brand new.
Last year #GivingTuesday donations reached $177 million. Here are our best tips for your nonprofit to accept more donations on November 28.
Imagine, if you will, a world where community foundations can host nonprofit giving days without losing tens of thousands of dollars in credit card and vendor fees.
Play the long game. If that’s the only thing you take away from this post, it will have been worth the read. We all understand there are several things you can do to increase your nonprofit donations, and event registrations or enrollment for that matter. But your first steps must be foundational. Here are four actions to consider and implement as soon as possible: