Social giving uses the power of networks to amplify donations. Sharing on Facebook, Twitter, and the rest can encourage new donations. But what about location-based networks? Can donations go up using ad-hoc networks of people in the real world?
More choice in discrete technical support services may better meet your specific needs, but additions come at a price. On the other hand, getting everything in one package is convenient, but “no substitutions, please” is the rule.
Collaborative giving days like #GivingTuesday have different models to encourage larger numbers of donors across nonprofits. A single place to give has technology risks, but multiple sites make it harder to build energy around success.
Even as the dynamics of giving change, fundraisers still know the value of good (if fleeting) insights—like these here—about how to make their work more successful.
In the face of greater amounts of available information than ever before, nonprofits must shake their fear and act decisively.
Nonprofit data geeks across the interwebs rejoiced last week with the release of the 2013 eNonprofits Benchmarks study.