A few weeks ago, Russell, my husband, and I visited a new church. As we were leaving the church, a church member gave us with a loaf of homemade bread. Whether you do it virtually or through the postal system (or both), you want your donors to feel welcome. Think: warm, fresh, homemade bread—plain, simple, humble, but sincere and effective—that’s what our new donor welcome kits need to be.
A nonprofit trying to raise more money without a development plan can be a lot like a Jon Bauer road trip—there’s a destination in mind, but the route to the destination is fuzzy and success relies on faith and good fortune. Unexpected detours and delays to be expected.
How BlockChain Technology Might Play a Greater Role in Major Giving and Grant Making Even in Smaller Nonprofits
Nonprofits need to welcome the transparency and accountability blockchain giving affords by getting ready to receive cyber currencies.