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How to Have Your Nonprofit Leverage Pop Culture Trends

We hope you’ve been gaining some valuable nonprofit fundraising insight concerning celebrities and also viral marketing. In case you haven’t seen one of our recent articles, take a moment to read critical information about what you may have missed. Celebrity Charities & How They Make a Social Impact Tips on Nonprofit Viral Marketing & Attracting Celebrities  Tips for Getting Celebrities to Support Your Nonprofit Cause In this final piece in the series, we’re going to e...

Tips for Getting Celebrities to Support Your Nonprofit Cause

Over the past couple of weeks, we’ve been discussing celebrities and also viral marketing. In case you’ve missed any of our earlier articles, here’s your chance to catch up. Celebrity Charities & How They Make a Social Impact Tips on Nonprofit Viral Marketing & Attracting Celebrities This post will give you a look into a few significant resources that can help you go viral with an influencer such as a celebrity. Whether you’re seeking to research information about Hollywood s...

Tips on Nonprofit Viral Marketing & Attracting Celebrities

Viral marketing can help your nonprofit raise awareness for your good cause, and it might even attract the attention of a celebrity or influencer who is passionate or cares about your mission, which could have them retweet, repost or give a shout-out in support of your group. If you haven’t already considered trying to get your content to go viral, it’s something that you should think because it’s easier in the digital age to attract the support of movie stars,......

Celebrity Charities & How They Make a Social Impact

Did you realize that celebrity charities make a significant contribution to social good and nonprofits? Yes, we live in a reality that celebrates celebrities, from A-list movie actors to YouTube stars who create their followings with fun, innovative and engaging videos and social media presences. While people, like the Kardashian sisters, cultivate their brand appeal by sharing their lives with their adoring fans, you have other celebrities who decide to take their social stature and leverage it...

How Artificial Intelligence Can Raise More Nonprofit Funds

We hope that you’ve enjoyed and found our artificial intelligence series beneficial for your nonprofit. We’ve sought to provide you with ideas that can help your charity accomplish its mission. If you’ve missed any of our previous articles on the topic of AI and the nonprofit sector, here’s what we’ve published in our series: What You Need to Know About Artificial Intelligence and Nonprofits  Nonprofits and the Use of Artificial Intelligence for their Charities  H...

How Artificial Intelligence Can Help Hire Better Nonprofit Candidates

In this third installment in our series related to artificial intelligence in the nonprofit sector, we’re exploring human resources and recruitment. But, before we delve deeper into the topic, in case you’ve missed our earlier two articles, here’s what you missed. What You Need to Know About Artificial Intelligence and Nonprofits Nonprofits and the Use of Artificial Intelligence for their Charities We promised last week that we would tell you about one of the AI tools that we use withi...

Nonprofits and the Use of Artificial Intelligence for their Charities

Last week we provided you with an overview of artificial intelligence in the nonprofit sector. As we mentioned, the Brookings Institute stated that there is growing interest in the power and use of artificial intelligence technology within charitable organizations. More than likely, this not only stems from the fact that everyone sees that AI is infusing itself into all aspects of our lives and realities, but also because many nonprofits are small with limited resources. This type of technology,...

What You Need to Know About Artificial Intelligence and Nonprofits

This week we’re starting a series about artificial intelligence and the nonprofit sector because it’s permeating all aspects of our society, including charities. Even small organizations, with limited resources, understand the power of AI and we’re going to help you with ideas and information about the technology that can help your group develop and expand your resources. One of the most innovative ways that AI was used for social good was at the Crisis Text Line in New York City. ......

5 Top Fundraising Ideas for Churches

Church fundraising ideas can go beyond the weekly offerings that are given by church attendees during weekly religious services. Unfortunately, in many churches, they have to maintain high overhead costs as their number of parishioners and churchgoers have declined. With that decline has gone fundraising dollars to not only sustain the costs of keeping the lights on and paying for salaries, but also for essential church programs that are provided to their communities. The programs by churches ar...

5 Top Fundraising Ideas for Nonprofits

Nonprofit fundraising ideas have to be fresh, fun and easy in the digital era. Millennials and Generation Z generations have pushed society toward more awareness, and real and sustainable answers for social changes. In other words, people want to see results and impact, and they’re happy to support a cause when nonprofits can demonstrate that they are making a positive difference in the world. For nonprofits to accomplish their missions, however, it takes money. Thankfully, nonprofit fundr...

5 Top Fundraising Ideas for Your School

School fundraising ideas can include selling chocolate and other items if you want, but thankfully we’ve come a long way from those days. There are a lot of easy and fun ways to raise money for the students in your school so they can get the best educational and extra-curricular programs and activities possible.     We’ve got the 5 top fundraising ideas for your school, youth group, PTA, or PTO club. Shoe drive fundraising: The top school fundraising idea is......

Gaming for Good: How Gamers Are Helping Kids

In the last few weeks, we’ve been focusing on the how younger generations are pushing nonprofits to move beyond the traditional way of doing things and what nonprofit leaders can do to ensure they’re engaging them. If you missed our previous posts, here they are again for you: Millennials Don’t Care About Your Nonprofit Unless You Do This  How Nonprofits Can Engage Millennials  This week, we’re exploring how gamers are making a difference. We’re betting that you probably ...

How Nonprofits Can Engage Millennials

Nonprofits need to engage with Millennials, particularly as they enter their late 30’s and are already in leadership positions within the organizations where they work. They are also the largest generation in the workforce at present. As with every generation, this group is different than earlier groups because they’re shaped by the experiences that occurred in their lives as they were growing up. For Millennials, one of the most significant experiences they had which, for example, Gen X...

Millennials Don’t Care About Your Nonprofit Unless You Do This

Millennials are a generation that is distrustful of many of the institutions that earlier generations trusted, including nonprofit organizations. Millennials strongly think that they will be worse off than their parents with some experts agreeing. With anxiety about money in general, nonprofits face a generation of people who don’t understand why they should have to pay for the operating expenses, including salaries, of charities. With approximately a third of Americans distrusting of nonp...

#1 Thing to do After a Shoe Drive Fundraiser

“I’ve learned that people will forget what you said, people will forget what you did, but people will never forget how you made them feel.” – Maya Angelou Want to know the #1 thing you should do after a successful shoe drive fundraiser or any fundraising effort? Say thank you! One of the top things that donors say after making a contribution to a nonprofit, charity or school is that they were not thanked or acknowledged. Your supporters will notice......

4 Ways to Make Your Nonprofit More Sustainable

Samantha Harton, content contributor for Givebutter.com Since most non-profit organizations don’t have an inexhaustible budget, it can be tough to prioritize sustainability. But according to Neighbor Works America, going green can reduce operating costs relating to utilities, waste disposal, and office purchasing. You don’t have to build your office out of repurposed wood and recycled Chipotle bags to make a difference, but there are a few simple tips on how to clean up operations at your n...

How to Kickstart Social Media for 2019

There’s nothing like the start of a new year to put marketing plans in perspective, especially because everything changes so quickly. We’ve got everything you need to know! Our free social media resource guide How to Kickstart Your 2019 Social Media for Your Nonprofit, is going to give you all of the information you need to make sure that 2019 is your best marketing year yet. By downloading the guide, you’re going to learn about some of the fascinating facts......

Why A Shoe Drive Fundraiser Helps the Planet

A couple of weeks ago, we published on our blog “Why Shoes Can Make a Global Impact.” We’ve gotten a lot of feedback to it because many people don’t know about the facts regarding shoes and sneakers they may be disposing of in a way that’s not socially responsible. As we noted in the article, here again, are a few of the facts from the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA): Textiles, including shoes, represent 65.7 percent of the content in landfills.......

Funds2Orgs Group Holiday Message to You

“You’ll learn, as you get older, that rules are made to be broken. Be bold enough to live life on your terms, and never, ever apologize for it. Go against the grain, refuse to conform, take the road less traveled instead of the well-beaten path. Laugh in the face of adversity, and leap before you look. Dance as though EVERYBODY is watching. March to the beat of your own drummer. And stubbornly refuse to fit in.”  – Mandy Hale, The Single......

5 Brilliant Tips to Close Out Your Year-End Fundraising

The end of the year is only a couple of weeks away and now is the time for year-end fundraising to make sure that you close 2018 with as much of the fundraising dollars as possible. It is during this time where people are getting bonuses from work or looking to lower their tax obligation for the calendar year. You want to make sure your supporters have not forgotten you! Here are our brilliant tips to make sure that everyone......

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