In this week’s episode, David interviews Barron Schimberg, an architect who has worked on multiple projects for non-profits, and he gives us his insight on non-profits have leveraged his and his team’s skills and influence to get more donations and grants.
It’s the end of the year, and you have a giving campaign to plan. Whether your campaign is focused on obtaining sponsorships for a community event or raising awareness and funds to support a cause, here are some tips to ensure that your efforts will be enough to make an impact this season.
As you may be already aware, Giving Tuesday is another term for Global Day of Giving. It falls on the Tuesday that comes right after Black Friday and Cyber Monday – and this year, it’s on November 30, 2021.
If you’ve ever tried to donate to a charity or foundation in the past, you’ll know that the donation form is often one of the most frustrating parts of the process. It can be hard to find your information, it might not let you use a credit card, or it might ask for too many details. If you make things too difficult for your donors, they may get frustrated and never want to donate again.
In 2020 non-profit and not-for-profit organizations had to pivot and find new and innovative ways to raise funds. One of the reasons for this is that the traditional methods of fundraising for non -profits like in-person events, media coverage, print collateral or flyers, direct mail, or newsletters are not bringing in the numbers they should. Although these methods lead to touchpoint engagement with different donors, there is often overlap, leading to lapses in communication and lack of personalization, which may lead to a negative donor experience.