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6 Questions to Optimize Your Online Fundraising  

6 Questions to Optimize Your Online Fundraising In a world where any and everything is available at your donors’ fingertips and distraction is the name of the game, your ability to keep a donor’s attention from start to ‘gift’ is key to acquiring new givers, building your support base and growing awareness of your cause.  Make a donation to your nonprofit and answer these six pertinent questions to find out if your donors’ giving experience is hindering your online fundraising results:   Does my donation page give donors opportunities to leave the ...

Building Your Fundraising Strategy: 5 Things To Keep In Mind

Fundraising is one of the most important tasks that a nonprofit undertakes. Without the stewardship and solicitation that the fundraising team members carry out, the nonprofit wouldn’t have the capacity to fulfill its mission. While your supporters, in the end, ...

iDonate Client Spotlight: Celebrating Project Hope Worldwide’s 10th Anniversary

It all began when members of an Oklahoma church went on a mission trip to Northern Uganda. They were alarmed by the overwhelming orphan crisis that had been created by a terrible raid on an internal displacement camp populated by those who were hiding from the Lord’s ...

Crowdfunding vs. Peer-to-Peer: What’s the Difference & Which is Best?

By now, most of us are familiar with both fundraising terms. At first glance, they can seem to be synonymous or at least similar, leaving nonprofits confused as to which they should use.  Let’s see how they stack up against each other.  Proven method of online fundraising  Crowdfunding is the practice of requesting small amounts of capital from a large number of individuals to raise funds for a specific project or cause.   Peer-to-peer fundraising leverages the networks of a nonprofit’s most loyal and committed supporters to fundraise on their behalf.   ...

5 Reasons and 14 Ways to Up Your Noncash Game in 2019 [Free Download]

If you haven’t dipped your organization’s toes into the noncash waters, OR if you’re already promoting noncash donations, but you’re bone dry when it comes to new ideas for growing that channel, then 2019 is the year to wade on in. WHY ...

When is Nonprofit Fundraising Season? The Answer May Surprise You

When is Nonprofit Fundraising Season? The Answer May Surprise You    Many nonprofits would say that there is one fundraising season that consumes the majority of their year: YEAR END. It’s that period between September and December, when 34% of all annual ...

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What’s Your Why: Strategic Storytelling for Nonprofits

Learn the five elements that help your brand’s story resonate with donors.