Tue.Mar 14, 2023

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To Survive a Crisis, Lean Into Trust—CEOs Share Pandemic Stories

.orgSource

While some businesses are writing their final pandemic chapter, the healthcare and restaurant industries continue to feel the aftershocks of seismic disruption. Nancy MacRae, MS, CEO of the Emergency Nurses Association and Kristine Hillmer, MBA, CAE, and President and CEO of the Wisconsin Restaurant Association , are leaders who guided their members through the rubble toward solid ground.

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Raising Your Nonprofit’s Profile to Generate Support

NonProfit PRO

Nonprofits don’t need to reinvent the wheel to raise awareness and get more supporters, but they do need to refine and update their communications strategies. Here are four tips to get your organization the recognition it needs.

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The Top 3 Charity Rating & Badge Programs for Nonprofits

Nonprofit Tech for Good

By Heather Mansfield , founder and editor-in-chief of Nonprofit Tech for Good Seventy-two percent of individuals say that the presence of a charity rating badge increases their likelihood of giving. If your nonprofit does not have charity rating badges on your website, then it’s time to look into getting registered with Charity Navigator, Candid, and GreatNonprofits.

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3 Things to Do Now to Maximize Year-End Donor-Advised Fund Giving

NonProfit PRO

Tax season and end-of-year giving represent a key time for donor-advised funds (DAF) donors. Developing strategies now will ensure organizations are well positioned for year end. Here are three actionable steps to get you started.

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Become the Association Your Members Want

As the pandemic advanced, we were keenly aware of the apprehension and pain throughout our community. Clients and colleagues contacted us with questions about managing revenue shortfall, introducing new technology, and preparing for changing membership patterns. When we seek input on critical issues, members of.orgCommunity, our networking and education organization, are an invaluable resource.

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Great Rivers Conference - Join Us

VisionLink

Visionlink is pleased to join the United Way and others in Rochester MN, at the Mayo Clinic Civic Center for the annual Great Rivers Conference. Visionlink CEO Dr. W. Dougals Zimmerman is presenting on Community Information Exchange (CIE) building, and we have a booth with lots of information and fun giveaways. Come by and say hello! The Co-Chairs of the conference are Robyn Davis, President & CEO of the Brown County United Way, and Amy Canterbury, the President & CEO of the United Way o

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How to identify areas for organizational innovation at your association

Nimble AMS

Are you ready to identify areas for organizational innovation at your association, but aren’t sure where to start ? You’re not alone! Many organizations wonder if the time is right to embrace technological innovation like association management software (AMS) to streamline staff processes and offer a superior member experience. If you’re unsure about how to begin embracing innovation at your association , follow the tips in our blog to guide your decision-making process.

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5 Steps to Build Donor Personas For Better Relationships

DonorPerfect

Personalization has long been a trend in marketing and fundraising. We receive emails addressed to us by name; we receive targeted ads based on our online activity; and we expect to see content relevant to our interests and behavior. Your donors get this special treatment everywhere else, so they expect it from your organization, too. Read More » The post 5 Steps to Build Donor Personas For Better Relationships appeared first on Nonprofit Technology & Fundraising Blogs.

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Top 5 Challenges for Nonprofits in 2023

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2022 was a year of growth for many nonprofits across the country. While many have embraced the “new normal” as we move past the pandemic, there continue to be underlying challenges for nonprofits trying to raise money in 2023. These were both brought on and exacerbated by the pandemic and the resulting economic uncertainty that has followed. Despite organizations utilizing fundraising best practices , many challenges for nonprofits remain.

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Why You Should Host A Golf Tournament Fundraiser

Greater Giving

You might not be aware of this, but golf is one of the most popular sports in the United States. It also happens to be one of the best fundraising opportunities for nonprofits. That’s because golf tournament fundraisers are a great way to raise money while building relationships with potential donors and volunteers. Fundraising golf tournaments are a great way to raise money for your nonprofit.

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Nonprofit Technology Adoption: Why It Matters and How to Be Successful

Organizations like yours are increasingly realizing that technology adoption is only as good as the technology you choose. Statistics from a 2014 NTEN study show that seriously investing resources in training for your staff corresponds to higher adoption and ultimately technology effectiveness. In this report, we’ll give you a high-level overview of how to get your organization in shape for technology adoption and best practices for facilitating this critical process.

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ChatGPT: A Fundraising Perspective on the AI Tool

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As a nonprofit fundraiser, you’ve probably asked yourself whether artificial intelligence fits into your engagement strategy. What are the capabilities and limitations of AI at this stage, and is efficiency a worthwhile trade-off for the human touch so necessary to connect with donors? One such program at your disposal is ChatGPT, an artificial intelligence chatbot developed by OpenAI and launched in November 2022.