Plan Now for Your End of Year Campaign

Don’t wait to start planning your holiday giving ask! With your summer vacation booked, it’s time to start planning.

To help you get a head start, check out the tips and questions in this article. They’ll help you plan early so you stand out at holiday time – not blend in. Read More →

posted on Jul 18 No comments yet

Build Your Email List Now

When it comes to your holiday campaign, we don’t want you to get the same results as you did last year. Even if they were good, great, or the best you ever had. We want you to do better – for your beneficiaries’ sake.

How are you going do that? Build your email list now. The fact is that the more people you have on your list, the more money you will raise*.  Ready to start list-building? Read More →

posted on Jul 17 2 comments

3 Tips for Marketing Your Symbolic Giving Program

3 Tips for Marketing Your Symbolic Giving Program

We’ve written here and here before about the importance of having a symbolic giving catalogue, so in this article we’re offering up a few tips to help you effectively market your brilliant catalogue. Let’s jump right in! Read More →

posted on May 29 No comments yet

4 things in your fundraising pencil case that need to be right

Technology, staff, your strategic plan, your case for support. You can consider these the building blocks of your organization’s success, or failure if you don’t have them right. It’s like bringing a regular old calculator to advanced calculus. It might work for you the first week of class, but by Chapter 2 in the textbook, it’s not going to be enough. You need a special one to make it through the course, or, unless you’re a character in a movie, you’re probably going to fail. Read More →

posted on Sep 18 No comments yet

President’s Message

It’s the time of year when I watch my son and daughter get back to school. My son was thrilled to get an Angry Birds pencil case to put his pencils, eraser, etc. into. I’m sure all of us remember that pencil case as the go-to pouch full of everything we needed to get our work done in class. Read More →

posted on Sep 18 No comments yet