Giving local businesses the chance to contribute to your cause is easier than you think. Here are three ways you can partner with for-profit companies to make a difference in your community.
Infographics can break down complex ideas and present them in a format that’s eye catching and easy to read. For-profit companies have relied on them for years. But what benefits can an infographic give your nonprofit?
Your nonprofit is making a difference in your community. It’s handling a delicate issue that troubles countless people. In many ways it’s a true force good in the world. But it’s not something that everyone appreciates.
Forty four minutes. That’s how long actor Nick Offerman sat in a comfy chair next to a roaring fire. Offerman is known for being a versatile actor, but for forty four minutes he barely moved. He just stared at the camera, and every so often took a sip of Lagavulin whiskey, a drink revered by his well-known character, Ron Swanson.
Does the term “Millennial” intimidate you? There’s no doubt that this term for the generation born between 1980 and 2000 has a lot of baggage. But young donors have an energy and enthusiasm that can help you reach your fundraising goals.
The vast majority of nonprofits don’t know how to measure ROI (Return on Investment) when utilizing social media. But it’s easier than you think. Here are four simple ways to measure your nonprofit’s social media ROI.
Artificial Intelligence Marketing – or AI Marketing – is already gaining traction in many industries because of the ways it can make any company more efficient and effective. But the amazing technology that has been revolutionizing for-profit companies isn’t out of reach for your nonprofit. In fact, no matter what your nonprofit’s size or focus is, AI Marketing could be one of the best things for it.
In 2017, the Boy Scouts were dealing with a big question: Girls and transgender boys were trying to join local troupes, but couldn’t because of their 100 year-old bylaws. In an age when enrollment was down, and other revered institutions had relaxed their rules, was it right to keep turning interested recruits away?
A smart phone is a powerful tool. You can pay bills and order dinner without leaving your couch. You can log into your office from practically anywhere. And, with the right text donation option, a smart phone can even help your nonprofit change the world.