Pinterest is highly visual, so any marketing campaigns or swag can be displayed beautifully here and re-pinned by supporters. A nonprofit can create special boards for items with price tags, and links to purchase.
Money Quick Tips: Fundraising for a good cause - USA Today USA TODAY Here's a quick snapshot of some of the best advice we've come across and some useful resources on the best ways to approach fundraising.
Most non-profits I know are skittish about direct mail fundraising, because it requires an initial investment of time and money. Picking up the phone to call a donor takes courage, but it doesn’t cost money. Sending out an e-mail is easy and free.
With direct mail, on the other hand, there are lots of costs involved, so organizations worry about whether they should use it, and if they do use it, they worry about whether or not they’re doing it right. To answer those questions, I have put together this list of 4 things every non-profit – including yours – ought to know about direct mail fundraising
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