When your church needs to increase giving, what do you do? What types of fundraisers should your church conduct, and how can you get your congregation on board? Is it
even possible to make fundraising fun and meaningful?
Today we are gonna take a look at 20 fun church fundraisers.
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A lot has been written about donor acquisition, donor retention, and donor upgrading in the nonprofit circles and on various nonprofit blogs.
This large magnitude of available tips and how-to’s makes sense since nonprofits, by their nature, depend on donors to deliver their mission and keep their doors open.
It can sometimes be difficult to navigate in this sea of information, which is why we’ve compiled a list of best techniquest to acquire donors
Here are our top picks to boost donor acquisition and online fundraising results:
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Donorbox is excited to announce that any nonprofit organization using Donorbox can now accept annual and recurring donations.
More information: Weekly recurring donations
Communication should become considered a principal attention of every company. Without correctly recognized lines of communication, essential information can very quickly become lost in translation. How can your business communicate with employees on an everyday basis?
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In today’s fast and highly competitive digital world, online tools are essential if you want to stay ahead of the game.
However, in a sea of cool online tools, it can be hard to choose the right one for your nonprofit. Many of them seem to offer similar benefits, and many are expensive for a vast majority of nonprofits. So, how can you discover the best online tools for your nonprofits, when all of them are promising great results?
We’re here to help!
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For as long as humans have been on the planet, we have used stories to tell our experiences and document history.
Learn what it takes to create a culture of storytelling at your nonprofit so your team can spot great stories.