The COVID-19 pandemic is far from over, but despite ongoing uncertainty, many parts of daily life have stabilized. Working from home is our everyday reality rather than a sudden change.
With so much nonprofit (and regular!) life transitioning online this year, it seemed like nonprofit training opportunities were popping up left and right. There’s definitely been an uptick in online conferences, webinars, speaking engagements and tutorials—but we think it’s safe to assume that you didn’t always have the time to tune in.
We’ve all been there. Sometimes it can take a lot of frustration and a little magic to track down technical account information. As you’re preparing for a website project, proactively organizing your accounts and technical details can make the process a heck of a lot smoother.
When you’re trying to figure out the best approach for a new nonprofit website, it’s easy to get overwhelmed with the options. You want to be responsible with the cost, but not at the expense of ending up with something that’s not professional or has to be redone in a year or two. Many organizations…
In the words of Mason Cooley, “Reading gives us someplace to go when we have to stay where we are.” So what better time to pick up some new nonprofit books?
Fundraising and nonprofit marketing can overlap in lots of different places. Why not share the data love as well? Using donor data in your marketing initiatives can move your organization closer to the common goal across the nonprofit sector: increasing donations.
As the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic moves around the globe and across communities, nonprofit organizations are tasked with ensuring safe operations while still carrying out their missions—and, in many cases, increasing their workload.
Fundraising is hard, and donor retention rates will likely always be a source for stress. Enter: donor management systems to track and streamline relationship building and communications. We often hear from nonprofits struggling to find a donor management system that works how they’d like and at an affordable price point.
Twitter down. Google Calendar down. Asana down. Maybe a fundraising platform craps out on a Giving Day or you forgot to run a database backup. Sometimes all you can do during a technology fail at your nonprofit is wait and try to figure out what you could have done to avoid the mess. And during…