Category Archives: Sponsored

5 Ways To Grow Your Nonprofit’s Membership Base

This post was sponsored by Wild Apricot Growing your membership is hard at the best of times, and with COVID-19, it might feel downright impossible. The good thing is the challenges of raising support and funds during a pandemic has

3 Fundraising Emails You Need to Send the Last Week of the Year

P.S. All this post, the ideas in it, and data shared are courtesy of NextAfter. The last week of the year is the most perfect time to send fundraising emails to your donors. Many nonprofits put all their year-end eggs

10 Nonprofits Making the Most of the Google Ad Grant

This post was sponsored by Nonprofit Megaphone When disaster strikes, nonprofits are often the first organizations to be creative and adapt to new circumstances. These inspiring organizations have taken the Google Ad Grant, which gives them $10,000/month to spend on

Balancing Your Network: Quantity vs. Quality

This post was sponsored by Sticker Mule “Your network is your net-worth.” I’m sure you’ve all heard that phrase. Connectivity is king in the modern workplace, just as it has been for years. It just may look a little different

Understanding Why And How People Give

This post is sponsored by GoFundMe If you’re involved in nonprofit work, you’ve probably thought a lot about what motivates people to donate their hard-earned income to a charitable cause. While much has changed in the nonprofit realm over the

The Evolution of Auction Fundraisers

This post is sponsored by Auctria Auction fundraisers have evolved a lot since paper and pencil bid sheets and long checkout lines. There’s so much more fundraising in addition to just the auctioning at an auction fundraiser. Auction teams that

The Giving Season is Right Around the Corner ― Are You Ready?

This post was sponsored by NationBuilder. There are still some precious weeks left for planning and preparation before the giving season begins. Nonprofit organizations around the country are gearing up for what should be their most fruitful fundraising months of

Leveraging Facebook to the Fullest

By Josh Kashorek, Director of Marketing from Five Q Why Facebook is Important to Nonprofits If you’re a marketer, then you know the impact that Facebook has globally. The platform provides a vast space for organizations of all sizes to

How to Motivate a Bored Board — Light a Fire

By Kelly Medwick, EVP of Business Development at Firespring There are a million reasons why any one particular nonprofit board member may stall out. Maybe they got promoted at their day job and their responsibilities grew. Or maybe their family

The Benefits of a Truly Connected Office

This article is sponsored by the Blackbaud Institute. Year after year, professionals in the sector keep coming back to that dreaded word: “silos.” We see countless articles about how barriers in communication diminish organizational effectiveness, and, just as crucially, how