Nonprofit storytelling can be a powerful tool to attract and motivate donors. A story can spur someone to take action because suddenly the cause is… keep reading
At the end of 2017, Google announced substantial policy changes geared towards improving the overall quality of the Google Ad Grants program. As such, many nonprofits need to improve and optimize their organization’s $10,000 per month Google Ad Grant account in order to ensure compliance and continued activation.
With the right strategy, your email marketing efforts can boost donor engagement. The key is to send the right message in a way that appeals to your audience. Use these three examples to inspire your organization.
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.
Planning a nonprofit event? Make sure your social media presence is strong leading up to the big day.
Take your email strategy to the next step by checking in with supporters more often and with varied messages. We know it’s no small feat, and since we can’t write your outreach emails for you we did the next best thing by creating templates to inspire your own communications.
It can be hard to find the words to explain how much your mom means to you, so we compiled 17 beautiful quotes about mothers to help inspire you. Read these touching quotes and then let your mom know that you love her.
Use this infographic to learn step by step how content, tone, and personalization can create the ultimate donor thank you. Whether you reach out via phone, email, snail mail—your donors will appreciate a personalized message of gratitude.
When you effectively use storytelling in your marketing efforts, you have the power to inspire large audiences to make powerful changes. Use these three elements to bring your stories to life and connect with supporters’ emotions.
An infographic is one of the most efficient ways to portray information and data—but it takes skill to create a compelling and well-designed nonprofit infographic. If you don’t have the budget for an in-house graphic designer, then follow these steps to create an infographic outline to provide a third-party designer.