Which donors should you engage with before the end of the year? Data-driven strategies can help you figure that out. Hear from Zach Shefska, Director of the Fundraising Report Card, to learn tactics for helping you focus your attention on the right donors at the right time to maximize your capacity to raise money.
A roundup of some great posts that offer strategies and ideas for helping you express your appreciation of donors and board members all year long.
Building strong relationships with your various audiences requires a year-round communications plan so you can connect meaningfully and encourage deeper engagement. These 6 tips will offer you new strategies to create success all year long.
Funders are increasingly focused on measurable results, and technology initiatives are not exempt from this expectation. To prove an investment is worthwhile, nonprofits must show that the net gain will be more than the cost.
Foundation Center is thrilled to give away a $100 Visa Gift Card to one of its members as part of a recent survey campaign. Read more about what our randomly selected winner has to say about her experience with Foundation Center and its resources.
Don't shut the door on the possibilities! Learn how to get your proposals into the hands of funders with these six targeted strategies.
Year-end fundraising can make you crazy. It's perhaps one of the most stressful times for nonprofits and their development staff. Join Derrick Feldman on October 26 for his webinar, Finish Strong: Maximizing End of Year Funding, for tips and tricks to help you make the most of the winter fundraising push.
Regulatory burdens are increasing. The amount of overhead allowed on government contracts is shrinking. Donors are obsessing about overhead expenses. Pressure is mounting from all stakeholders to accomplish more with less money. On Thursday, October 19, Paul Konigstein will teach you how to best manage your finances to overcome these obstacles in his webinar, Do More with Less: Stretch Your Dollar with Financial Best Practices.
Foundation Center's Knowledge Base talks about the importance of collecting data about who you serve and what you do. But it doesn't yet help nonprofit professionals make numbers and other data understandable at a glance. They plan on fixing that. And they need your help.
Success in the world of corporate sponsorship requires learning a whole new vocabulary and approach to development; even experienced fundraisers may be at a disadvantage when starting out. On September 19th, Michael Savino will provide tips on selling sponsorship opportunities to companies large and small in his webinar, Corporate Sponsorship for Non-Profits.