In this fast-paced ever-changing world, the nonprofit landscape can ebb and flow on a year-to-year basis. So how does your nonprofit remain relevant while navigating the internal and external opportunities and pressures that impact the organization?
Over the past few years there has been a proliferation of online will planners, spurred on in large part by the number of people who adopted a no-contact, do-it-yourself approach to everything they could during the pandemic. Some are embracing the wave, some are despising it. Join our webinar to find out more.
Will a positive attitude alone make you succeed? No. You need far more than that if you want to be successful. Here’s why a positive outlook is worthless, unless you have more in your quiver.
We worked with a client that’s a women’s breast cancer foundation with over two million Facebook followers. This is very impressive. So how did they do it?
In today’s economic environment, a legacy planned giving initiative helps you tap the hidden enormous potential of your loyal donors and transform the growth trajectory of your organization.
An effective donor story elicits a natural identification in your prospects. “That’s me!” is their response as they read it.
Don’t let legislation paralyze your planned giving marketing efforts.
Planned Giving is a way to make an impact and grow a meaningful legacy — both for yourself, and for your favorite nonprofit — in ways that you likely had never imagined.
I’ll be blunt: You can get lucky with lust, but you get married and stay married with trust. You’re probably thinking, “What does that have to do with marketing or fundraising?” Well … read on …
Six fundraising experts discuss the future of planned giving and the movement to merge planned giving with major gifts and principal gifts.