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📒Mobile For Good A How To Fundraising Guide For Nonprofits ✍ Heather Mansfield
✏Mobile for Good A How To Fundraising Guide for Nonprofits Book Summary : "Even if you can only invest 5 staff hours and a mobile and social media budget of $1,000 annually, your nonprofit must invest in mobile and social media." -- Heather Mansfield Mobile devices are fast becoming the #1 means of digital communication. If you want a sustainable future for your nonprofit, you need to have a strong presence on prospective donors' tablets and smartphones. Statistics prove that the most successful online fundraising campaigns are those designed for portable devices--from 2-inch smartphone screens to 17-inch laptops. In this groundbreaking book, social media pioneer Heather Mansfield offers everything you need to know to conceptualize, build, and maintain a mobile and social fundraising strategy to dramatically increase donations. In Mobile for Good, Mansfield takes you step by step through the entire process. Learn how to: Master your mobile fundraising strategy Create a strategic plan flexible enough to handle changes in technology Design a website and emails that work on both mobile devices and computers Choose the best mobile and online tools based on your budget and your donor demographics Build a system that tracks, evaluates, and reports campaign results Maximize the potential of Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, and other sites Whether your goal is to raise more funds online, launch a new program, or increase your capacity to maintain current operations, creating and executing a mobile and social media strategy is a small investment that packs a big punch. Apply the lessons of Mobile for Good, and your organization can and will raise more funds than ever. ADVANCE PRAISE FOR MOBILE FOR GOOD: "If I want to know what's trending, research current best practices, or discover new tools relevant to nonprofit technology, Heather Mansfield's blog Nonprofit Tech for Good and her books are always my top references. -- Viviana Pagán-Muñiz, Digital Marketing Director, SOS Children's Villages—USA "Social Media for Social Good and her blog Nonprofit Tech for Good have been my primary resources for learning how to communicate Indian conservation issues on a global scale. Thanks to Heather Mansfield's advice, we’ve been able to build an international brand from our tiny corner of the world." -- Vinay Datla, Director of Communications, Wildlife SOS—India "Heather Mansfield's @NonprofitOrgs online accounts have become my go-to resource for connecting with other nonprofits as well as staying informed with the latest trends in mobile and social media. Her insightful and practical advice helped WITNESS understand the need for transparency in our mobile and social media strategies." -- Marianna Moneymaker, Digital Engagement/Production Coordinator, WITNESS "Heather Mansfield's invaluable webinars and recommendations have helped us grow into one of the most effective social media users in the national aging advocacy network. We anticipate even greater growth in the future by applying the best practices offered in Mobile for Good." -- Pamela Tainter Causey, Director of Communications, National Committee to Preserve Social Security and Medicare "Through a partnership with Heather Mansfield, we have been able to provide mobile and social media training to more than 500 NGOs throughout the Asia Pacific region. Her knowledge of mobile and social media best practices, her ability to tailor her presentations to address the different needs of NGOs in various countries, and her practical and well-thought-out strategies have made her trainings invaluable in our commitment to help build the technological capacity of NGOs." -- Clair Deevy, Citizenship Lead, Microsoft Citizenship Asia Pacific
📒Nonprofit Fundraising 101 ✍ Darian Rodriguez Heyman
✏Nonprofit Fundraising 101 Book Summary : "Nonprofit Fundraising 101 is a practical guide for nonprofit professionals and decision makers that helps them take their cause mobile. Building on the success of the author's previous title, Nonprofit Management 101, Nonprofit Fundraising 101 takes readers deep into the specific applications of mobile technology -- one of the hottest topics for nonprofits. This this new book provides readers with practical tips and tools, as well as expert advice and insights from a variety of well-recognized industry experts, comprehensively addressing all areas a nonprofit can utilize mobile technology. It expertly addresses how to use mobile to build and retain audiences, manage and promote content, recruit and utilize volunteers, fundraise more efficiently and effectively, and monitor organizations' goals and key performance indicators, as well as offers specific mobile tools and applications that will meet each nonprofits needs. Readers of this book get a comprehensive look at a critical and emerging set of tools and practices, all designed to empower and enable them to use mobile technology to run their nonprofits more effectively and efficiently. Also features a toolkit of resources, best practices, and practical tips to establish and maintain a robust mobile presence for their nonprofit. Nonprofit Fundraising 101 addresses the entire spectrum of mobile technology use for nonprofits, including information on topics ranging from organizational effectiveness, audience building and communications strategies, volunteer recruitment and management, as well as an overall guide to existing tools and applications"--
✏Technology in Nonprofit Organizations and Voluntary Action Book Summary : Information and communication technologies (ICT) are major forces shaping our current age. ICT affects many areas of human existence and influences the both human wellbeing and human evil. The nonprofit sector is already heavily involved in technology both as a way to pursue its mission and as an influential factor in the evolution of the sector. This article examines how technology affects the sector and how the sector uses technology in its work.
📒Social Media For Social Good A How To Guide For Nonprofits ✍ Heather Mansfield
✏Social Media for Social Good A How to Guide for Nonprofits Book Summary : Maximize every donation dollar using social-media marketing best practices With Social Media for Social Good, you have everything you need to get your organization online at all levels: Web 1.0: Websites, e-newsletters, and “Donate Now” buttons; Web 2.0: Blogging and social networking sites; and Web 3.0: The Mobile Web, texting, and smartphone Apps. Learn how to access free and inexpensive marketing tools, market via email, use Twitter and Facebook, raise money from new donors, understand the legalities involved in being online, establish privacy settings, and track ROI. Heather Mansfield owns DIOSA Communications. She has served as Nonprofit Community Manager for Change.org, was named a Fundraising Star of the Year by Fundraising Success Magazine, and serves on the board for the Latin America Working Group.
📒A Fundraising Guide For Nonprofit Board Members ✍ Julia I. Walker
✏A Fundraising Guide for Nonprofit Board Members Book Summary : Everything you need to know as a nonprofit board member to raisemore money and help your organization succeed in meeting itsgoals Engaging and informative, this practical guide to fundraisingcontains valuable insights that nonprofit boards need to succeed inraising money in today's dynamic economic environment. Whilewritten expressly for board members, this useful handbook alsoprovides advice to executive directors and advancement staff on howto partner with your board to build an unstoppable fundraisingteam. A Fundraising Guide for Nonprofit Board Members shows youhow to raise more money by building board leadership and skills infundraising. This book covers it all—the board's leadershiprole in fundraising; how to organize and train your board to raisefunds; building a team with board and staff; raising funds foroperations, major gifts and capital campaigns; how to ask forgifts; plus a guide for conducting a board retreat that will leadto fundraising success. Demystifies the ask by providing a straightforward guide on howto ask for, and close, gifts Features case studies, real life examples, and checklists in aneasy to reference format Offers sample materials for a board retreat on building thesuccessful fundraising team Also by Julia Ingraham Walker: Nonprofit Essentials:Jump-Starting the Stalled Fundraising Campaign Entertaining, practical, and easy to use, this book will becomea must-read for all board members, executive directors, and staffwho want to build an effective fundraising team.
📒The Fundraising Guide For Chairpersons ✍ Ron Urbanczyk
✏The Fundraising Guide for Chairpersons Book Summary : When you run a fund-raising event, there is always a risk that you and your organization could lose rather than make money. In most cases, proper planning and organizing can minimize the risk. In this book, The Chairpersons Guide, Seven Steps to Coordinating Non-Profit and Church Organizations Fund-Raising Events, the author guides the reader through all the critical phases of running a fund-raising event which includes Planning, Organizing, Developing, Marketing, Running, Measuring and Assessing. If you have taken on the challenge and responsibilities of chairing an event, this book is a must read! Developed from over 30 years of personal fund-raising experiences and utilizing common industrial engineering tools used in industry, Ron Urbanczyk guides you through the fundraising process Step by Step. Every Church group, Legion Post, Volunteer Fire Company, Benevolent Society and Non-Profit Organization should have a copy of this book in their reference library.
📒An Executive S Guide To Fundraising Operations ✍ Christopher M. Cannon
✏An Executive s Guide to Fundraising Operations Book Summary : A straightforward guide to the principles of effective fundraising operations An Executive Guide to Fundraising Operations provides fundraisers with easy-to-understand approaches to evaluate and address fundraising operations needs and opportunities. This guide simplifies and focuses on the analysis of problems and needs, allowing a quick return to fundraising. Provides the essential framework to improve and innovate development operations Includes dozens of practical tools, including sample policies for data, database, reporting, and business processes Offers sample workflow illustrations for gift processing and acknowledgment, report specification, and other processes Features sample reports for campaign management, performance management, and exception management Delivers effective calculators for operational rules of thumb No matter what the department is called, most fundraisers struggle with evaluating operational issues. This guide leads you through principles of effective fundraising operations, simplifies complicated topics, and offers solutions to some of the most vexing operations dilemmas.
📒Nonprofit Fundraising Strategy Website ✍ Janice Gow Pettey
✏Nonprofit Fundraising Strategy Website Book Summary : Practical tools and techniques to incorporate ethical standards and practices in nonprofit fundraisingNonprofit Fundraising Strategy features a wealth of practical tools to help fundraising practitioners, board members, and governing boards implement these essential concepts into their own organizations.
📒Building Donor Loyalty ✍ Adrian Sargeant
✏Building Donor Loyalty Book Summary : Building Donor Loyalty is a hands-on guide written for professional fundraisers that outlines the factors that drive donor retention, explains how to keep donors committed to an organization, and offers suggestions for developing donor value over time. It is based on data drawn from a research program which included more than 20,000 nonprofit organizations and was funded by the Aspen Foundation and the Indiana Fund through the Center on Philanthropy at Indiana University. Building Donor Loyalty contains a variety of illustrative case studies that demonstrate the power of effective donor retention strategies and clearly explains each of the factors that can build donor retention. It includes tools and techniques that have proven successful when growing long-term relationships with donors and offers practical advice for fundraisers who want to integrate this knowledge into their own thinking, planning, and practice. This important resource Shows how to design programs that genuinely reflect donor needs and aspirations Discusses the lessons for loyalty that emerge with monthly giving plans Explores how to develop a relationship fundraising strategy Outlines the common pitfalls to avoid when researching the needs and preferences of donors Explains how demographic, lifestyle, and behavioral variables can be used to structure the approach to an organization's donors Highlights the role of donor recognition and feedback Includes a step-by-step blueprint for tailoring a plan that will meet the needs of an individual organization
📒Special Events ✍ Alan L. Wendroff
✏Special Events Book Summary : As the philosopher Martin Buber wrote, "All real living ismeeting." People like to get together. That?s why special eventscan often work so much better for nonprofit organizations thanother, less social types of fundraising programs. From red-carpetgalas to Saturday afternoon street fairs, special events offernonprofits an unparalleled opportunity to both raise money and makefriends. Yet for all the benefits—and they aregreat—inexperience and bad planning can make these eventsmore trouble—and a greater financial drain—than theyare worth. Special Events: Proven Strategies for NonprofitFundraising, Second Edition is the complete guide to makingyour next nonprofit event the rousing success it can be. Packedwith author and development professional Alan Wendroff's realisticinsights and pointers, this text provides a logical andcomprehensive outline of event planning, with a special emphasis onfitting these events into the larger framework of the nonprofit?sorganizational goals. Inside you?ll find such helpful tools as: Seven goals for a successful event The Master Event Timetable (METT), a proven organizational toolthat provides step-by-step guidance through the entire eventprocess A case study explaining in understandable detail how toimplement the advice and methods outlined An accompanying CD that includes sample timelines, worksheets,checklists, budgets, writing examples, decision tables, andcontracts From choosing the right event to the best way of expressingthanks afterwards, Special Events covers all aspects ofproducing a winning fundraiser for your organization. In additionto the brass tacks of managing logistics, the coverage includesthoughtful discussions on how to take full advantage of thenetworking, volunteer recruitment, public relations, andmotivational opportunities your special event can provide. Thisupdated Second Edition features new information in theseareas, plus an entirely new chapter on using the Internet for eventplanning. With the needs of nonprofit organizations only growing asdonations shrink, special events become more and more vital insustaining the life of these organizations. Nonprofit lay leaders,professionals, and staff, as well as marketing professionals andevent planners who work with nonprofits, will all find inSpecial Events, Second Edition a clearly drawn road mapleading to fundraising success.