How does an impromptu nonprofit organization formed around a sudden tragic event use social media to raise much-needed funds? Crowdfunding helped The One Fund Boston raise over $20 million in less than a week. We’ve put together five simple tips your nonprofit can use to successfully crowdfund online.
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December represents 1/3 of all online giving. And statistics show December donors tend to give more than other months. What should nonprofits do to capitalize on this valuable year-end giving trend? Here’s suggestions from authors around the Web for organizations vying for a piece of the seasonal pie.
Both nonprofit organizations (NPOs) and for-profit businesses (FPBs) have long recognized the mutual benefits of establishing cause marketing partnerships–building awareness and brand recognition for both the NPO and FPB. Here are four steps to help you establish successful, enduring cause marketing relationships.
Tools like Twitter, Facebook and YouTube can help your organization reach and engage an entire audience with no upfront costs. However the real cost of social media comes in many other forms: time spent creating compelling content and having people on staff who can maintain your many social media accounts.
A lot of great movements flounder when nonprofit management is not taken seriously. As the case of Greg Mortenson shows, being an agent of change means more than having bright ideas with little follow through – it also means staying diligent in your business operations to ensure your vision leaves the right legacy.
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