Category Archives: Fundraisers

How a Brand Guide Can Transform Your Nonprofit

Whether you’ve invested the time and energy into creating a brand guide, you have a brand. According to Jeff Bezos, it’s “what people say about you when you’re not in the room.” Yes, even those using pixelated logos, every font

How to Build Trust Online as a Nonprofit

With over 1.5 million charitable organizations in the US alone, NGO founders have a tough challenge presented to them. Not only do they need to launch an effective marketing campaign to attract charitable givers, but they also need to work

How Outsourcing Can Change Your Nonprofit Game

This blog was sponsored by Fiverr In the age of remote work and ever-shrinking nonprofit teams, outsourcing is the holy grail. According to Statista, the global market value of the outsourcing industry was about $92.5 billion in 2019. Outsourcing to freelancers

How to Write Effective Fundraiser Copy

A planned and well-executed fundraising campaign can not only help you draw attention to your organization but also get some financial boost. However, organizing the campaign to have specific timelines and goals can be hard. Organizational tasks aside, you should

Director of Partnerships

 JOB TITLE Director of Partnerships Full Time/Salaried $40,000/year + 10% Commission on New Business  POSITION OBJECTIVE To grow the awareness and support of Nonprofit Hub & Do More Good through meaningful partnerships that represent a win-win-win scenario:  Win #1 –

Google Grant Management: 5 Crucial Tips for Success

This post was sponsored by Click Nonprofit The Google Ad Grant is arguably one of the most valuable tools for nonprofits. As a 501(c)3 nonprofit, you get access to $10K per month in free Google Ads credits—that’s $120K every year

How to Build a Stronger Team: On Zoom or In-person

This blog was sponsored by Fiverr Our teams have been tested in this last year. The move to working remotely was less of a transition and more of an overhaul of everything we were used to. Teams were forced to

Lean was made for Nonprofits

Lean was made for nonprofits. Well, of course, technically, it was not. What I mean to say is; Lean was made for nonprofits. Just in the way that jelly was made for peanut butter, it feels like common sense to pair

Build Donor Engagement Before You Start A Campaign 

When a nonprofit organization decides to undertake a capital campaign, it has most likely identified a need and developed a project to address that need. Usually, the campaign is designed to resource the project. For many organizations, information about the

Graphic Design/Marketing Intern

INTERNSHIP CATEGORY: Graphic Design10 hours/weekFlextime within Operating Hours: M-F 9:00AM – 5:00PM EST$10/hour following the trial period POSITION OBJECTIVETo assist in the successful promotion and execution of all Do More Good and Nonprofit Hub initiatives as they relate to the