#GivingTuesday is right around the corner and if you are looking to boost your fundraising this year now is the time to get started. Launching a successful fundraising campaign takes some planning and we have a 5 Step Plan that will help you get started.
A lot of organizations are facing a significant deficit right because of lost revenue from canceled fundraising events or the inability to engage people face to face. In this article, we cover some of our favorite fundraising ideas that can be done quick, easy and virtually.
Want to increase your online giving donations? Try these 6 proven strategies to launch and promote online giving to increase usage and your donations.
On July 17, 2020, we were happy to launch the new Reason Funding website for the Living Hope Christian Center in Middleburg, FL.
First-time donors are a blessing and sometimes a surprise when they happen. After that initial donation, you need to start executing your first-time donor plan to ensure that they stay engaged with your organization.
While Facebook is good at delivering content, promotion, and sparking outrage it is not good at fully representing your brand and letting you engage your key audiences on your terms. Facebook is a box and you must stay in that box or you end in Facebook jail.
The ability to accept online donations is at the heart of just about every nonprofit and faith-based organization’s fundraising strategy.
With one week to go before #GivingTuesdayNow you should be using your goto social media platforms and website every day to promote your campaign to inspire support for your organization.
With the recent downtime related to the Coronavirus, a lot of organizations are rediscovering their website and investing time into focusing on their digital presence. Here are some tips on what you can do to make the most of your online presence.
As part of our community partner outreach in response to COVID-19, we have reached out to several of our clients and partners to talk with them about how the Coronavirus Pandemic has impacted their organization. Today we talk to Kassie Wrobel from Pathways for Change.