The problem with many nonprofit mission statements, is that they ultimately lose support and engagement to intricacy.
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It's no secret that videos are shaping the future of our digital content consumption. But the story — not the numbers — will motivate your future donors.
Nonprofit emails are in a state of limbo. If you're looking to convert one-time donors into donating a second time (or recurring!), a monthly newsletter probably isn't going to cut it. You need content that's exciting, personalized, and actionable.
If you recognize your organization in this list, don’t throw your hands up in the air just yet — we’ve got some solutions for you, too.
If you eliminate a competitive element to giving, you’re removing a critical motivator that rightfully factors into the equation for many donors.
If you’ve got flexibility, then flaunt its ability. A good peer-to-peer fundraising solution will let you track all donations from each donor.
Even the most hands-on of board members are incredibly, ridiculously busy people. But remember: your mission is the reason why you’re all there in the first place.