Tag: tools for nonprofits

5th Annual Nonprofit Business Summit

| April 23, 2012 | 0 Comments

May 1st is the date for the 5th Annual Summit in Phoenix. It’s one long day of great content for nonprofit professionals looking to stay current with political advocacy, volunteerism, funding, and more. It’s so cheap it’s a shame to miss, especially for the great tools the Summit will provide to attendees. It’s mostly an […]

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Instead of DIY It’s DIFM

Instead of DIY It’s DIFM

| December 29, 2011 | 0 Comments

Meaning Do-It-For-Me, as in Read-It-For-Me, a service that promises to help you “Learn Faster, Go Further” by condensing the books on your shelf, or the books they have already read for you. More than a Cliff Notes approach, Readitfor.me creates videos, PDFs, and surprises… I’m game. I signed up. I’m going to take a test […]

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Gifting Wishes Makes it Easy to Put Nonprofit Wish Lists Online

Gifting Wishes Makes it Easy to Put Nonprofit Wish Lists Online

| December 5, 2011 | 0 Comments

I’m all for making it easy to bring nonprofit needs and donors together and the new Gifting Wishes website is another way to do that. The website, which is free to use, gives nonprofits a way to post their wish lists online and facilitates donations using Google Checkout to process donations. What I particularly like […]

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Newsletters: Your Most Important Relationship Building Tool

| July 15, 2011 | 0 Comments

Your nonprofit organization’s newsletter is the single most important marketing and relationship building tool you possess. Why? Because your email list is pure gold. People who share their email address with you are statistically far more likely to become donors and be active in your organization. They have already taken a proactive step and expressed […]

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