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Ways to Engaging Millennial Donors

Ways to Engaging Millennial Donors

Millennials, typically defined as the generation born between 1981 and 1996) are the future of U.S ...
Best Practices in Matching Gifts and Donation Challenge Campaigns

Best Practices in Matching Gifts and Donation Challenge Campaigns

Implementing challenge campaigns and matching gift strategies is an excellent way to stretch fundraising ...
How to Celebrate National Nonprofit Day

How to Celebrate National Nonprofit Day

On August 17, the United States celebrates National Nonprofit Day to recognize the impact of the social ...
Donor Privacy Policy

Donor Privacy Policy

The Association of fundraising professionals (AFP) recommends embracing a privacy policy for organizations with personal information like names, addresses, and credit card information from attendees of an event and donors.
Donor Recognition Budget

Donor Recognition Budget

One of the most asked questions by people in the nonprofit organization world is how to establish a budget for their project. Planning is essential in making a donor recognition budget.
Donor Recognition Strategy Guide

Donor Recognition Strategy Guide

Imagine if a donor so inspired by your nonprofit mission left you a sizable donation, and the organization never sent a thank you letter or email.
How to Utilize Annual Reports for Donor Retention

How to Utilize Annual Reports for Donor Retention

The busiest period for most nonprofit fundraising teams is the end of the year. It is a time when they compile statistics, check on the impact data and fundraising data to summarize success, and identify new opportunities for the upcoming years.
What is a Donor Tree?

What is a Donor Tree?

Most Nonprofit organizations use donor trees as a memorable way to recognize donors who participate in their campaigns and funding. Wall trees are meant to both recognize donors and communicate. They encourage donations and increase funds.
How Often Should You Communicate With Donors?

How Often Should You Communicate With Donors?

Communicating with donors is a tricky thing — you don’t want to reach out to them too much and be spammy, but you also don’t want to be too quiet and risk them forgetting all about you. 

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