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18 Ways of Thanking Volunteers So They’ll Feel Appreciated and Stick Around Forever

Get Fully Funded

Thanking volunteers for all they do is crucial to keeping your volunteers coming back again and again. Yet it’s something many organizations neglect to do. And that’s a shame. Volunteers pour their heart into your nonprofit’s work. They’re there to help with the heavy lifting of running a nonprofit and delivering programs. Plus, they’re probably your best ambassadors in the community, spreading the good word about the work you’re doing.

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Try These Nonprofit Donor Retention Tweaks with BIG, Happy Outcomes


Have you ever received confoundingly terrible customer service? Maybe at a restaurant, hotel, fast food restaurant or retail outlet? It happens all the time and, likely, you’ve thought to yourself: “ Why on earth are they treating me like this? It’s so stupid! Don’t they realize I’ll never come here again? ” Sadly, this is exactly what many donors feel when: You make it difficult for them to give.

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Embrace the Power of a Linked Brand Strategy and Strategic Plan

Mission Minded

Brand strategy and strategic plan: Which one do you need and when? Learn the difference and the benefits of linking them for results that create bold, cultural shifts for your organization. The post <strong>Embrace the Power of a Linked Brand Strategy and Strategic Plan</strong> appeared first on Mission Minded.

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Top Reasons to Attend RAISE 2023

The Killoe Group

Calling all nonprofit leaders and #FearlessFundraisers, this is a conference you WON’T want to miss! Raise 2023, presented by OneCause, is for nonprofit and fundraising professionals wanting to raise their fundraising game. RAISE is part interactive learning + part crowd-sourcing = and 100% FUNdraising! Join cutting-edge nonprofits for two full days (September 11 – 12, 2023) of trends, best practices, and sessions to unlock the innovator in all of us.

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Blackbaud to Pay $3M SEC Settlement for Misleading Disclosures After a 2020 Donor Data Breach

NonProfit PRO

The Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) settled claims against software company Blackbaud for misleading disclosures regarding a 2020 ransomware attack that impacted more than 1 million donors from 13,000 nonprofits.

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7 Key Factors for Building Peer-to-Peer Fundraising at Your Small Nonprofit

Blue Avocado

Article In Brief: The Problem: For small nonprofits it’s difficult to know where to start with fundraising for target programs. The problem is made further arduous when your nonprofit is located in a disadvantaged community. The Context: A large fundraising goal can seem insurmountable. Working backwards however presents a roadmap for how and where to […] The post 7 Key Factors for Building Peer-to-Peer Fundraising at Your Small Nonprofit appeared first on Blue Avocado.

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iWave Launches New Interactive Dashboards and Visual Analytics

NonProfit PRO

iWave has launched its new interactive dashboards and visual analytics for education, healthcare, and nonprofit organizations. This suite of dashboards enables organizations to make operational and strategic decisions at a glance.

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Cedars-Sinai Lands $170 Million From 2 Donors, Including Hollywood Producer Chuck Lorre

The Chronicle of Philanthropy

By Maria Di Mento Courtesy of the Bard Estate Susanne Bard left Cedars-Sinai Medical Center $140 million to support patient care and research programs in a building that has been renamed the Susanne and Ervin Bard Pavilion. Plus, best-selling authors James and Susan Patterson gave $5 million to bolster the teaching work force in Wisconsin, and two higher-education institutions and a Baltimore area health-care system all received big gifts.

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10 Signs You Might Have Fundraiser Stockholm Syndrome

Non Profit AF

Hi everyone, before we get started, here’s a conversation on Donor-Advised Funds (DAFs) taking place on April 21 at 10am.

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40 Nonprofit Trends for 2023

NonProfit PRO

Predictions on emerging fundraising and leadership tactics for the year ahead

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Women’s Philanthropy Through the Inclusion, Equity and Diversity Lens

Veritus Group

At Veritus, we’re on a journey to create a more inclusive world, and we’ve learned a lot from trailblazers like today’s guest contributor, Yolanda F. Johnson. Yolanda is a leader in the non-profit space and an expert in DEI for philanthropy, and in this piece, she offers five DEI strategies for how we can think […] The post Women’s Philanthropy Through the Inclusion, Equity and Diversity Lens appeared first on Veritus Group.

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Assignment Writing Services versus ChatGPT

Nonprofit Marketing Insights by GlobalOwls

Assignment Writing Services versus ChatGPT Assignment writing services have a row of significant advantages over AI writing tools, which concern the quality of text, plagiarism, and legitimacy. Learn more below. Modern students nowadays face a lot of troubles in their personal life because of a huge workload at the university. The study process takes a lot of time so they can barely enjoy other things that make them happy and keep them motivated for reaching heights.

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Do you really want your logo on t-shirts?

Jeff Brooks

Would donors want to wear a t-shirt with your organization’s logo on it? Chances are, most of them would not be interested. That doesn’t mean they dislike you. It’s just that except for a few, nonprofit organizations just are t-shirt brands, as Seth Godin outlines at Is it a t-shirt brand? T-shirt brands are those want to wear because they offer people “identity, possibility, connection, status,” says Godin.

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