A routine is a sequence of actions regularly followed; a fixed program. Too often, I find that nonprofits engage in social media along of a catch-as-catch-can program. Nothing fixed about it. To maximize social media productivity your practices must become habitual. And, of course, your habits must be good ones if you’re to be…Details
FEAR not! The Halloween Nonprofit Blog Carnival is back, offering TRICKS AND TREATS galore — from nonprofit experts all around the web –to help you find, cultivate, solicit and steward your major donors.
When you trick and treat, you always like to go to the houses that give out the most CANDY, natch? Well… let’s find the donors giving out the most GOODIES so your mission is assured of success.
You’ve got to be prepared! No just showing up without a COSTUME or a thoughtful plan of attack that takes you through the “good” neighborhoods. Sure, you’ll get some lollipops and chewing gum. But I know that’s not what you really want.
Go for what you need. Go for what will make your time spent on this effort feel worth your while. We’ve got a WITCHES’ COVEN full of experts telling you exactly what to do!Details
Not long ago I went to research something online and ended up viewing the first entry Google gave me – which was on Wikipedia. To my delight, I ran into an awesome fundraising campaign (this is an occupational hazard with fundraisers – we actually like and admire things like pledge breaks when they’re done well)!
Here’s what I found superimposed at the top of the screen:Details