When it comes to your nonprofit communications, email is one of the best tools at your disposal for connecting with your supporters. Sometimes, though, there are messages you’d rather not receive back from them.
When supporters build an emotional association with your organization, it’s a direct byproduct of your brand identity. What’s more, these supporters can become ambassadors for your brand and take your mission to their own networks.
When using Classy’s Impact Blocks feature, there are a wide variety of ways you can leverage them to convey the tangible and intangible levels of your nonprofit’s impact. Here are four pro tips from Classy experts on how.
It costs significantly more money to acquire a new donor than it does to retain an existing one. Nonprofits can combat donor attrition and enhance retention rates through one simple move: ask people what their reason for giving is.
When Action Against Hunger migrated to Classy, they were able to reignite their fundraising efforts, recurring giving program, and design aesthetic. All together, it helped increase their revenue from 2015 to 2016.
When donors and fundraisers have the opportunity to engage with your beneficiaries directly, they feel more connected to your cause. These four elements of social impact may help you build that connection.
Conference networking cam be difficult, especially when it comes to connecting with the right people. Based on our experiences hosting the Collaborative, these 9 tips will help you make the most out of your next conference.
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.