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8 Major Nonprofit Trends for 2023

NonProfit PRO

NonProfit PRO has continued its annual tradition of asking prominent thought leaders in the sector to make nonprofit trend predictions. We sought out experts from nonprofit organizations, agencies and technology providers to learn what’s on their minds and what might be 2023’s top nonprofit trends.

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No Mess, No Stress: The Power of Spring Data Cleaning – 4/12/23

Association Analytics

The post No Mess, No Stress: The Power of Spring Data Cleaning – 4/12/23 appeared first on Association Analytics.

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The Giving Block’s 2023 Annual Report Reveals Crypto Philanthropy on the Rise

NonProfit PRO

The Giving Block released its 2023 Annual Report. Despite a rocky year for crypto prices, crypto fundraising's popularity boomed, as over 1,000 nonprofit organizations (NPOs) joined the fundraising platform for the second straight year.

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No Mess, No Stress: The Power of Spring Data Cleaning

Association Analytics

The post No Mess, No Stress: The Power of Spring Data Cleaning appeared first on Association Analytics.

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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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The NonProfit Voice Ep 76: Using Volunteer Management Software to Drive Engagement With Nonprofits

NonProfit PRO

Tim Adkins of Hands on Atlanta and Sam Fankuchen of Golden join the NonProfit Voice to discuss volunteer management software and its effect on Hands on Atlanta’s volunteer engagement.

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Google Ad Grants for nonprofits can be a powerful FREE solution for any eligible charitable organization, but proper management is key to maximizing the opportunity. Since 2011, Give Back Nation’s Google Certified Ad Grant Manager team has helped over 5,400 nonprofits manage their Ad Grants. In this “ beyond 101 ” Google Ad Grants guide, we will touch on things to know to help optimize and increase success.

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How to Manage Employees Effectively with HR Tools


Discover the benefits of HR tools for successful employee management, from automated time and attendance tracking to employee performance management tools.

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What Is Volunteerism? A Guide to the History & Benefits


Many people all over the world face different challenges and problems. These issues include climate-related disasters, diseases, poverty, and other problems that present major roadblocks to peace and prosperity. This is why volunteerism has played such a major role throughout history. In this guide, we’ll take a broad look at volunteerism to explore its history and benefits.

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Creating the Foundation for a Best-In-Class Nonprofit Finance Team


Nonprofits rely on their finance teams to educate management and the board on all financial aspects related to the organization. Without a strong finance department, nonprofits risk not having the information needed to make critical decisions. Here are four compelling reasons to ensure you have a strong finance department: Fiscal accountability: accuracy and transparency of financial reporting helps instill confidence with funders and constituents alike Effective resource management: developing

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Achieving Organizational Transformation: Pathways to Success

Association executives—and hopefully their boards—know that they are facing perilous times. Driven by the pace of cultural and technological change, they are experiencing major disruptions in the traditional business models that used to guide organizational growth strategies.orgSource offers a straightforward approach to navigating these changes and readying your organization for growth.

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Building Common Cause Zambia's Digital Capacity

Tech Soup Blog

For many organizations, a main barrier to digital transformation is the lack of resources to assess what they need and take action on the areas that need investment. TechSoup's Digital Resilience Program addresses these challenges by working with funders to build the digital capacity of the nonprofits they work with.

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How can you center community in your communications?

Big Duck

The post How can you center community in your communications? appeared first on Big Duck.

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Why Your Nonprofit Needs an SEO Audit

Media Cause

Search engine optimization is a great tactic for all organizations, especially nonprofits. So why might your nonprofit need an SEO audit? If your nonprofit has been losing traffic over time, you’re getting out-ranked by competitors, or if you’re looking to increase donor awareness, an SEO strategy might be for you! What is an SEO Audit, and Why Is It Important for Nonprofits?

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5 Best Practices for Increasing Major Giving To Your Org


According to The Fundraising Authority , fundraising generally follows the 80/20 rule, which states that 80% percent of your revenue comes from only 20% of your donors. That 20% of donors are your major donors, and while what is considered “major” will vary from organization to organization, these are the individuals that give your nonprofit the largest contributions.

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The Denan Project - Leveraging WhatsApp for Good

As part of building a new supporter journey (from making a one-time donation to becoming a sustaining supporter), The Denan Project set out to shorten the time between the first donation and the recurring donations.

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Cybersecurity 101


On February 12, 2013, President Obama signed an executive order named “Improving Critical Infrastructure Cybersecurity”. From this directive, the National Institute of Standards and Technology was tasked with the development of what has become the granddaddy of cybersecurity frameworks. The government may have its challenges in many areas, but I’ll give credit where credit is due.

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How to acquire and engage new advocacy audiences


From our friends at Media Cause If you are an organization that does advocacy—particularly if you’re wondering how to grow your supporter base and build more people power to achieve your purpose—then this is the blog for you. As a nonprofit marketing agency with a specialty in advocacy and campaigns, we’ve worked with countless folks like you across issue areas who are valiantly working to acquire and engage new advocacy audiences.

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