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How to Create A Holistic Nonprofit Digital Marketing Plan

Pamela Grow

Your nonprofit invests significant time, energy, and money into bettering the lives of those you serve. However, you can’t do it all on your own. Building relationships with donors, volunteers, and advocates ensures that you have a reliable source of support to power your mission year after year. Thanks to modern technology, the world is more interconnected than ever.

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“Crystal Ball” Foundation Grant Prediction for 2024: Election Year Impact

Millionaire Grant Lady

This is the second of a six-part series on 2024 foundation grant prediction. If you missed part 1, you can still check it out here. In this series, Millionaire Grant Lady and Associates are sharing our insights into foundation giving. These predictions are based on the most up-to-date information available as well as our in-the-trenches work with our nonprofits.

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Women Leaders of Color Are Exhausted. Philanthropy Needs to Step Up.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

From unfulfilled racial-justice pledges to unionizing nonprofits, the pressures on woman leaders like me aren’t letting up. Donors need to recognize that and invest in our physical and mental health. By Sayu Bhojwani From unfulfilled racial justice pledges to unionizing nonprofits, the pressures on woman leaders like me aren’t letting up. Donors need to recognize that and invest in our physical and mental health.

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How to gather high-quality nonprofit client feedback

Candid

Nonprofit organizations are always looking for ways to increase the impact of their work. One way to serve your clients more effectively is to gather feedback from participants, then use what you learn to improve services and support organizational change initiatives. At Listen4Good (L4G), we call this process a “client feedback loop.” This includes asking questions such as: “To what extent have we met your needs?

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What Happened to George Soros's $100 Million Bet? How Human Rights Watch Went Global.

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

In 2010, Open Society Institute gave its biggest gift to a New York City-based human rights nonprofit, with the mandate to expand internationally. Meanwhile, the world became more authoritarian. By Tamara Straus In 2010, Open Society Institute gave its biggest gift to a New York City-based human-rights nonprofit, with the mandate to expand internationally.

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Most Foundations Are Not Retreating from Their Racial Justice Goals

Center for Effective Philanthropy

The post Most Foundations Are Not Retreating from Their Racial Justice Goals appeared first on The Center for Effective Philanthropy.

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6 Tactics for Successful Grant Management in 2024

NonProfit PRO

Managing grants can be daunting for organizations due to several factors, such as high turnover, errors in expenses, outdated technology, and compliance with state and federal regulations. How can nonprofits ensure they are managing their grant programs effectively? The answer can be found in these six simple strategies.

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Make Your Charity Gala Event a Donor Cultivation Powerhouse

Greater Giving

Beyond the Ballroom: Make Your Charity Gala a Donor Cultivation Powerhouse Fundraising events offer more than just glitz and glamour; they’re a potent tool for cultivating relationships with potential donors and qualifying them for future giving. By strategically leveraging engagement during your event, you can lay the groundwork for long-term partnerships and unlock hidden fundraising potential.

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6 Tips for Your Next Peer-to-Peer Fundraising Event

NonProfit PRO

Planning your next peer-to-peer fundraising event? Here are six tips from nonprofit professionals to get you started.

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Honoring Polar Bears With Environment & Conservation Grants

GrantNews

Environment and conservation grants provide funding for organizations protecting our environment. And, in truth, many of those organizations rely on GrantWatch to locate grants geared toward research, investigation, and sustainability with regard to environmental concerns. Our environment provides everything we need to thrive. It follows then, that we act as stewards for the earth and strive to protect animal populations, especially those whose habitats are currently shrinking.

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iWave and UC Innovation Join Forces as Kindsight

NonProfit PRO

iWave and UC Innovation are joining forces as Kindsight to provide a fundraising solution that combines data, AI, and automation.

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4 Tips to Make Your Silent Auction Displays More Engaging

re:Charity

If your nonprofit is planning a silent auction, you’ll need to consider how to get your supporters excited about contributing to your cause at the event. Since most of your fundraising revenue. The post 4 Tips to Make Your Silent Auction Displays More Engaging appeared first on re: charity.

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Navigating “Shiny Object Syndrome” With Your Well-Meaning Board | Instrumentl

Instrumentl

Learn how to navigate "Shiny Object Syndrome" with your board as a grant writer. Gain insights on avoiding distractions and engaging your board productively to stay focused on your grant strategy.

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A Beginner’s Guide to Corporate Matching Gifts for Schools

Big Fundraising Ideas

Corporate Matching Gifts for Schools: A Beginner’s Guide Familiarize yourself with matching gifts and open the door to doubling your school donations. Most schools have one or two major fundraisers they host yearly-whether it’s the annual student carnival, an auction for parents, or the holiday cookie dough sale that everyone in the community loves.

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Raffle Laws in Canadian Provinces and Territories

DoJiggy

Conducting a raffle is a fantastic way to fundraise for your organization. However, Canada’s legal landscape for raffles is as diverse as its provinces and territories. Similar to our comprehensive guide on U.S. Raffle Laws by State , this article aims to shed light on the intricacies of Canadian raffle regulations. At DoJiggy, we understand the importance of compliance and have designed our software to support your fundraising efforts across all Canadian provinces without limitations.

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Litigating a Path to Progress: Nonprofit Advocacy through the Courts

Blue Avocado

Three pieces of advice for nonprofits looking at litigation as advocacy. It is trite to start a discussion of advocating for change by mentioning the dysfunction in the US political systems, but here we are. As federal and state legislative bodies have stalled from political polarization, many nonprofits find that traditional advocacy pathways are no longer viable to create systemic change for their clients and communities.