Whether your organization is applying for grants or offering them, creating compelling content for your website is an essential part of showcasing your credibility, offering transparency, and demonstrating impact. Learn how to uplevel your grant writing and grantmaking efforts by putting your website to good use.
Getting into a rhythm with your organization’s blog can sometimes mean that you work yourself right into a writer’s rut. Instead of getting stuck in an endless series of press releases and general news updates, use all of your work running nonprofit programs and services to craft better blog posts.
Spreading awareness may seem like it should be as simple as blasting out an email or posting on social media. But, if you’ve ever tried, you’ll know it’s a lot more complicated than that.
Wildlife. Water. Habitat. Climate Change. The work of environmental nonprofits takes many forms across the globe. But when it comes to creating compelling websites, these organizations share unique obstacles and opportunities.
Like everything else out there, website content ages. Sometimes it ages well, but oftentimes it becomes outdated or, even worse, no longer helpful. By reviewing and refreshing website content on a regular basis, you can keep your website interesting and useful for your nonprofit’s community.
With your engagement more virtual than ever during the COVID-19 pandemic, it’s time to dust off your nonprofit’s blog and use it to reach out to your supporters and those you serve. Plus, it doesn’t cost a thing! See how nonprofit blogs can be used to inform, inspire, and connect, including examples from real nonprofits…
Whether it’s COVID-19, a different public health issue, facility closure, natural disaster or other emergencies, your nonprofit’s website should serve as a go-to hub for information about your organization’s response, related resources and ongoing updates. Does your crisis communication plan fully leverage all that your website has to offer?
Does it feel like there just aren’t enough hours in the day to tackle everything on your ever-growing to-do list? Nonprofit capacity building is important for just about all nonprofit marketers we know, but it typically doesn’t come naturally. It’s easy to add new initiatives to your nonprofit’s marketing plan without considering the time and…
Show your impact. Show supporters how you help. Let supporters know how their donations and volunteer hours are making a difference. I know you’ve heard all of this a million times. And a nonprofit case study is one way to actually do it.
From annual galas and conferences to award ceremonies and community picnics, your nonprofit’s website should be a crucial part of selling tickets or filling seats. Event landing pages serve as the central hub for your marketing efforts: giving attendees the information they need while giving you a place to link to when promoting the event…