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Excel Is Not A Donor Database

Excel Is Not A Donor Database | Nonprofit Best Practices | Scoop.it
Picture this scenario... Two weeks into my position as dedicated Grant Writer for a mid-sized nonprofit, I’m drafted to write the agency’s annual Mother’s Day appeal. Thanks to the timing (Mother’s Day is the following week), there’s no time to lose.
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The Irregularity of Regular Giving

The Irregularity of Regular Giving | Nonprofit Best Practices | Scoop.it
We love our regular donors. As nonprofit professionals, we just love to look over our donor rolls and know that there's a good percentage of those listed who will give again and again, year after year, and all we have to do is send them a nice...
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Why Small Nonprofits Often Make a Big Difference

Why Small Nonprofits Often Make a Big Difference | Nonprofit Best Practices | Scoop.it
The chief executive of Britain’s National Endowment for Science, Technology, and the Arts on why big change is often a slow, organic process.
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Young Donors Want Web Sites To Show Results

Young Donors Want Web Sites To Show Results | Nonprofit Best Practices | Scoop.it
A new study of 2,600 donors in their 20s and early 30s found that 60 percentwant a nonprofit's online presentation to give more details about the peopleit serves.
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Amanda Dahlquist's curator insight, July 23, 2013 8:23 AM

I'm cheating because this doesn't pertain much to visualizations or even organizational data-- which is actually the problem.

 

Key findings:  "75% of young donors are turned off by out-of-date websites."

 

"6 of 10 wanted nonprofits to share stories about successful projects and programs."

 

 

(This millennial definitely agrees.)