Nonprofit Mission and Case Statements: 4 Top Tips

Today’s article covers an integral project for all nonprofits – creating and refining mission and case statements. These documents are a vital foundation for all communication activities a nonprofit will undertake, as Grant Cobb, Head of Marketing and Analytics at GivingMail, explains. Your mission and case statements aren’t just information statements about your nonprofit. While […]

How to Make the Most of Your Next Text-to-Donate Campaign

In today’s fundraising landscape, the importance of mobile platforms cannot be overstated. Researchers estimate that by 2025, almost 75% of internet users worldwide will only use their smartphones to access the internet. That represents an astonishing shift to heavy dependence on handheld devices as well as a major opportunity for nonprofits to engage with supporters […]

Single Vehicle Accidents: Who Can Be Held Liable in 2021?

Many injured drivers assume that they cannot receive compensation if they have been involved in a Single Vehicle Accidents. While that is often the case, it is not always true. Here are three other parties who could be responsible for Single Car Accidents. The State or Municipality The government has a legal obligation to maintain […]

Hotel Accident and Premises Liability

The most common hotel accident in hotel is a slip and fall. The hotel’s legal obligations is to maintain the premises in a reasonably safe condition. This extends both to your room and the common areas. They are subject to the same legal standard as any property owner who invites the public onto their premises. […]

A Leader’s Social Media Presence: 4 Ways to Make It Count

Do you doubt the power of your, and your nonprofit’s, social media presence to be a powerful tool for connecting with supporters? Maybe you’ve maintained your brand across profiles and networks, regularly posted, and even used advertisements to reach new audiences. But now, it feels like you’ve hit the maximum value that your social presence […]

Going beyond a no in your nonprofit fundraising ask

I recently heard author Andrea Waltz remind fundraisers to “go for no!” (That’s the name of her book too.) It’s a reminder that too often we give up before the donor has really made a decision. Reframing Failure She also shared the need for us to reframe the word “no.” When asking for money, too […]

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