As the ways in which nonprofits can use Facebook continue to morph, it can be challenging to understand how to balance the platform alongside your other tools. While Facebook fundraising can be a great way to get eyes on your cause, there are some important limitations to consider before diving in.
At the 2018 Collaborative, Charity: Water’s brand content lead, Tyler Riewer, explored onstage what it means to create an effective story in the nonprofit space. Drawing from his personal experience in advertising and career at Charity: Water, Tyler revealed the four components of a good story that pull in audiences and move them to action.
In 2017, The Honor Foundation (THF)—a two-time Classy 100 honoree—grew their online revenue on Classy by 64.2 percent year over year. THF reveals their number one secret for success and offers advice for organizations looking to achieve similar results.
This year, All Hands and Hearts – Smart Response topped the charts at the number one position on the entire Classy 100 list. They grew their gross transaction volume on Classy by 423 percent year over year. How did they manage such incredible growth in a short year?
While it takes a concerted effort to grow an organization, there are many ways to expand that don’t involve new hires or back-breaking investments. To help you identify your next fundraising win, here’s a list of relatively low-lift tactics that drive high-lift results.
Working at a nonprofit is hard. You need to do whatever it takes to stay positive and optimistic in your quest. Some days, that means taking a good look at yourself in the mirror and seeing yourself for what you really are: a nonprofit Jedi Master.