Most donors choose to give to nonprofits because they believe in the cause. So it follows suit that they would want to know that their gift is actually contributing toward the impact they believed in at the beginning. Research from The Bridgespan Group reinforces this idea. They found that the greatest need donors have from
Most nonprofit organizations understand that a website is a key communication tool that helps them state their mission, share their successes, and keep their donors up to date. A nonprofit website is also a central tool for growing the donor base. That’s why it’s not enough to just check the box: “Yeah, we have a website.”
If you’re reading this post, it’s likely you are trying to keep your head above water with all of the various hats you wear. Working for a nonprofit can be overwhelming. It’s not just your job, it’s your passion and, for some, your identity. The stakes go up, the pressure is on, and now you’re paralyzed by
Is fundraising more of an art or science? Do they have to be mutually exclusive? Can science help inform our art? Virtuous is thrilled to partner with NextAfter, the leading nonprofit research lab and consultancy, to share learnings about what works in digital fundraising. During this webinar we’ll turn the web into a living laboratory.
You made it through the conference! Time to unpack, relax, and play with all your new swag, but it’s also time to continue to make the most of your conference experience. If you followed our tips for getting the most out of attending a conference then you’ve made a lot of new contacts and cultivated
You’re attending a conference! You’re all registered and excited for a day full of learning, networking, and of course…great swag. If you’re a regular conference attendee, than I’m sure you have plenty of tried and true strategies for getting the most out of your experience. But if you’re new or a little rusty we’ve got
So, my dad is on Facebook… which you would find SHOCKING if you knew my dad. See, my dad’s a child of the 60’s. He listened to Bob Dylan, hitchhiked across the country, spent time at Haight-Ashbury, the whole nine yards. But, like many in his generation, he is largely a technology neophyte. He’s perpetually 15 years behind
On top of educating our youth, schools have a secondary responsibility: fundraising. Their ability to teach students and provide a stimulating intellectual environment largely relies on how effective they are at gathering donations throughout the year. If you are looking for ways to raise money for a K-12 school, you’re in the right place. Just