Top 9 Online Fundraising Blogs for Nonprofits Fundraising online for a nonprofit initiative or cause has a lot of moving parts. Thankfully, there are some awesome experts out there who are willing to share what works and what doesn’t. I’ve compiled a list of some of the top blogs out there on online fundraising.
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Edmonton High School Creates Perennial Food Forest « GFSA News Posted by gfsa in Countdown to P2S, The How To's. trackback Since February, I have been fortunate enough to work with students at Jasper Place High School to create a perennial food forest system in the school’s largest courtyard. Containing more than seventy different edible perennial herb species, the garden is not dependant on outside human care; of particular importance for summer holidays. The Chronicle of Philanthropy - The news and tools you need to change the world By Holly Hall, Eden Stiffman, Ron Coddington, and Meredith Myers Charitable giving rose 5.4 percent last year to a record $358.4 billion, according to estimates released today by "Giving USA," the annual snapshot of American philanthropy. The figures show that donations from individuals, corporations, and foundations last year topped the record giving figure achieved in 2007, just before the recession started to affect donation figures.
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Dustin Bajer's Page - Edmonton Permaculture Since February, I've been working with students and staff at JasperPlace High School to create a self maintaing food forest in theschool's largest courtyard. Made up of over 70 different perennialedible plant species (started from seed in the school greenhouse) andmodelled after a forest ecosystem, the courtyard garden is capable ofbuilding soil, increasing biodiversity, producing an abundance of foodfor the culinary program, and providing a cross-curricular leaningspace. Though we've had a lot of success in such a short time, there is stillplenty of work to be done. Most crucially, programs such as JPPermaculture need your help letting educators, policy makers, and thegeneral public know about the amazing potential of permaculture andschool gardening projects. The more people we can get on board, themore successful the program will be! If you have Facebook, please visit the link blow and click 'like' atthe top of the page.
How to Leverage Welcome Emails to Retain New Donors Posted December 17, 2015 by Elizabeth Chung You’ve worked hard to get a prospect to finally donate, but now comes the real challenge: getting them to stay. While organizations focus intently on the acquisition process, they still struggle to retain donors after the fact. Only 27 percent of first time donors stay with an organization. 15 Creative Ways to Thank Donors - Best practices, tips & fundraising ideas for nonprofits Posted December 15, 2015 by Chelsea Alves The most important thing you’ll ever do to steward your donors is say thank you. Just about every nonprofit leader or fundraiser knows the importance of thanking donors—not just as an expression of gratitude and good manners, but as a way of building relationships.
4 More Clever Ways to Improve Your Thank You Letters As we mentioned last week, first-time donor retention is a measly 19%. You can do so much better with just a few small changes. Start with the first thing your donors get after giving – the thank you!