There’s a mind-boggling amount of pretty ingenious online apps and resources out there that will aid a nonprofit’s outreach and fundraising effort. Here’s our top 10 list.
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Good fundraisers understand that the cultivation of a prospective new donor, or sustained giving from donors, is achieved more often when there’s genuine one-on-one dialogue taking place.
For those of us in the nonprofit sector, adding, or simply replacing, supporters to the organization is not only laborious, but essential to an organization’s survival.
Despite what many people believe, corporate branding is much more than just a logo some colors and a font displayed in a way that looks interesting or quirky. It goes much deeper than that, and a successful branding solution which has been well designed and managed can give an organization’s audience something in which they can believe in, while helping to build and grow its own image.
The Keep Climbing Project (dba: Keep Climbing) offers wilderness therapy for children of US soldiers who have died serving their country. This made-over website focuses on supporting the organization (with donations of time or money) and showcasing their expeditions via a dynamic calendar. This site also includes categorized blogs, multiple forms and full-background imaging. View […]
Non-profit organizations throughout the country raise 30-40% of their annual income during the last few weeks of the year. For most individuals their gift to charity is a holiday tradition for others, mostly wealthy and corporate entities there is a fiscal agenda.
SendGrid can handle your entire email needs under one plan, affordably and easily. (That’s their tag line.) Oh, and their starter plan is free.
Bienvenidos needed a more user-friendly way for their staff to update content, with a design that was more inviting and intuitive. Now Bienvenidos has a more potent development tool at their disposal. And with the power of WordPress, their communications staff can now easily and quickly modify and moderate the website’s content – without heavy […]
At first the answer seemed apparent: CMS, since the blog was invented to be primarily a vehicle for displaying time-sensitive articles (posts). But then nonprofits learned of the power of blogging – of utilizing articles/posts in addition to their older cousin, the page.
The new VaHomeschoolers’ content managed (CMS) website contains more than 150 pages, 79 posts and 38 categories. It utilizes the WordPress platform. This site has has password-protected sections for its members and subscribers, social media links, news weblog, news archives and more. View the site live.