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Google Grants gives eligible nonprofits $10,000 per month in free online advertising to promote their organizations and causes on Google.com. During this webinar Simon Choy, who currently manages over $2 million in annual Google Grants funding, will tell you everything you need to know about the program, how it can benefit your nonprofit, and the process of applying for the grant.
Stop Losing Donors! How to Retain More First-Time Donors With Email, Social Media, and Your Board Members
Learn from John Hayden the proven steps for making first-time donors happy and dramatically improving your donor retention rates, including examples! How to easily calculate your nonprofit’s donor retention rate. Understand the surprising psychology behind why people give (it’s not about the cause OR your nonprofit). Learn the 7 key factors that encourage donors to give again and again. Learn the critical donor data to capture and track in your email and donor software. AND much more...
Peer-to-Peer Fundraising - Exponential Potential Fundraiser
Learn why Peer-to-Peer Fundraising is so powerful. I call it the Exponential Potential Fundraiser. Use your supporters networks to raise funds! Learn how...
3 Bid-Worthy Auction Items
One question we get a lot is simple: "What items do especially well at auctions?" Well, a successful item largely depends on your audience, the type and location of your event. Learn more here.
25+ Fun and Creative Fundraising Ideas 2017
Fundraising Ideas: Often, the most challenging part of fundraising is coming up with a creative idea that will motivate the troops. Here are 25+ Fun and Creative Fundraising Ideas for school fundraisers or non-profit charity events. They are sure to help you raise lots of money fast.
Fundraising Idea: How to Run a Reverse Raffle Fundraiser
The following is a guest post by the folks at RaffleTicket.com: We all know how a raffle works, you sell tickets and draw a winner, but how does a reverse raffle work? The tickets for a reverse raffle are sold just the same, but the difference is that you are going to draw all of the losing tickets first, and then the winners at the very end. For example, say you sold 100 tickets for your raffle. The first 90 tickets that you drew would not win anything. The remaining 10 tickets would stay…