The first time Prison University Project had a peer-to-peer fundraising campaign they brought in over $60K. We sat down with their development manager to learn what they did to acheive such a high level of success.
Self-doubt can derail your ambition and passion for your work, but there are ways you can conquer it. Use these four tips, with the added help of author Steven Pressfield, to learn how to use self-doubt to your advantage.
As HeartSupport shows us, with the right dedication, coaching, and encouragement you can successfully engage peer-to-peer fundraisers for your current campaign, but also bring them back every year to support future campaigns.
Some people might think the Lean Startup Methodology only applies to startup companies, but it also works for nonprofits. What’s more, it can be implemented at almost any stage of an organization’s lifecycle.
Almost everyone has hosted a social media takeover, but they can still be overwhelming to figure out. We outlined four examples of what a successful takeover looks like so that you might apply it to your nonprofit.
Classy offers three campaign messages to help you inform, motivate, and thank your supporters during your campaign. Even if you’re a seasoned email composer, these templates can help you create strong communications.
The run/walk event might be one of the most common nonprofit events to host, but that doesn’t make it easy or formulaic. In fact, a well-planned run/walk can keep supporters engaged long after they cross the finish line.
When it comes to influence, there aren’t many people who have more pull than celebrities. When they fundraise for nonprofit organizations, celebrity fundraisers are able to make a big impact because of their network and influence.
Universities rely on their alumni donors, just like nonprofits rely on donations from their supporters. There’s a wealth of information each can learn from one another about how to engage entire communities of people.