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Introducing FirstGiving Cares

FirstGiving Cares, online fundraising, peer-to-peer fundraising

We believe in giving back. It’s why we’re proud to introduce FirstGiving Cares. FirstGiving Cares is a new initiative where we adopt a unique national cause every month. We want to do everything we can to raise awareness for the causes our nonprofits and individuals fundraisers feel so passionate about. After all, your cause is [...]

Teach your nonprofit supporters how to do anything in 3 simple steps

Teach your nonprofit supporters how to do anything in 3 simple steps

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Do you ever find yourself in a teaching role? Nonprofits are often tasked with teaching their supporters. From event registration, page creation, to sending emails, your supporters often need step-by-step guides. Pedagogy (the theory of teaching) suggests a simple 3 step process – I do, we do, and you do. If followed correctly, you should [...]

Newsflash: Just because your event is done, doesn’t mean your fundraising is…

Newsflash: Just because your event is done, doesn’t mean your fundraising is…

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  Never underestimate the power of post-event donations. You’d be amazed with the numbers we’ve seen come in after an event has passed. The best part? This big change only takes a little push! Send out targeted emails the day after an event to update supporters on your fundraising goal. Remember, you should be thanking [...]

Empower your nonprofit evangelists – they’ll promote you better than you ever will

Empower your nonprofit evangelists – they’ll promote you better than you ever will

  Your nonprofit is a brand like it or not. And though social media has humanized brands significantly, the fact still stands, your nonprofit is an organization, not an individual. Don’t worry, that’s not a bad thing. Humanizing your brand helps build credibility and ultimately helps your promotional needs. This is marketing. (Remember, marketing and [...]

Be a nonprofit bee – craft sweet n’ sticky content honey

Be a nonprofit bee – craft sweet n’ sticky content honey

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What do bees and smart nonprofits have in common? They both craft sweet n’ sticky content. The difference? Bees make honey, you craft engaging content. If your nonprofit is having difficulty retaining supporters, maybe your honey is not as sweet n’ sticky as you thought. Maybe you’re not producing the right flavor of honey to [...]

Back to basics: With social media, it’s quality over quantity

Back to basics: With social media, it’s quality over quantity

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Social media is a relationship tool. When dealing with relationships, think quality over quantity. It’s about effectiveness, not efficiency. If you’re worried about having a presence on every social media network, stop. It’s better that your nonprofit does well on Facebook than poorly on Twitter, Instagram, Tumblr, and Google+ combined. Only take on more when [...]

What to consider before creating a content calendar for your nonprofit

What to consider before creating a content calendar for your nonprofit

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A well oiled content calendar will do wonders for your nonprofit’s communication plan. Like most things, it’s about setting a proper foundation. Here’s how to set up an engaging content calendar for your nonprofit. Figure out what resources you can dedicate to creating content Here’s where you set expectations. How many staff members will be [...]

How to be a horrible nonprofit social media user

How to be a horrible nonprofit social media user

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A couple weeks ago we posted “How to send your donor a horrible thank you email.” This week we jokingly explain how to be a horrible nonprofit social media user. These points may seem obviously incorrect but you can never be too careful! Use social media as a traditional broadcast tool Social media is the next [...]

Finding your nonprofit’s north star

Finding your nonprofit’s north star

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Understanding your nonprofit’s “why” is critical. We’ve been hinting at this concept for quite some time now. With the elevator pitch and Sinek’s “Golden Circle” posts, we stressed the importance of including and leveraging your “why.” It’s your nonprofit’s north star after all. However, you’d be shocked to learn how many organizations don’t have a clearly defined [...]