Your website is your nonprofit organization’s most important brand asset.
People may first learn about your cause from a shared social media post or a news story about your work, but the website is likely the first place interested people will go to learn more about your organization.
Are you planning an event for your nonprofit organization? Experience-driven events can help your organization stand out and attract people from outside your existing supporter base.
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The short answer is yes, an annual report is necessary for nonprofit organizations.
Does your nonprofit organization have a marketing plan?
If not, you’re not alone. Studies show that only 50% of businesses have a marketing plan, and that percentage is much lower for nonprofits.
As a nonprofit leader, you probably use a variety of tools:
GivingTuesday is a global initiative that kicks off the holiday season. This year’s event will take place on November 30, 2021.
A nonprofit organization’s website is one of its most valuable assets. Not only is it one of the first places a potential donor will look to learn more about the mission and outcomes, it’s also home to the donation page where visitors can make a gift online.
The objective of all marketing communications is to connect with your audience in a way that feels personal and relevant. That connection is especially important when approaching nonprofit donors with a fundraising appeal.