Year-end is fast approaching, but the challenges of turning your strategy into a reality may have only just begun. Additional emails will need to be written, designed, produced – and that’s not even half of it!
Many for-profit businesses make use of “business models”, which are shorthand for how companies earn profit and manage their business, sustain and improve, and well… just stay in business.... when it comes to raising money, perhaps there is a thing or two non-profits could learn.
Today we face a complex and evolving environment in which we must engage on a deeper level with our donors. This requires us to fundamentally shift traditional fundraising models and position our campaigns according to supporters terms.
Millennials are young professionals, ages 20-35, whom are more tech-savvy and globally connected than the generations before them. Nonprofits face the challenge of engaging these individuals in becoming more involved volunteers, leaders, and donors.
Donors represent one of the most important (if not the most important) segments of many nonprofit organizations. These donors are essentially the investors of your organization, and as such, they deserve full accountability from you to ensure their money is being spent wisely.
When the “tech boom” hit (aka “Dot-com bubble”), tonnes of money propelled tech companies to new heights of possibilities, even companies that didn't exist yet. Hoping to capitalize on a pool of investment with few strings ...