News & Culture >> Browse Articles

Browse Outreach Strategies Articles

  • +1

    Increase Impact of Your Nonprofit's Emails

    Increase Impact of Your Nonprofit's Emails
    Q: Is it necessary (or valuable) to include a caveat at the end of emails coming from our organization? Dear Nancy, I enjoy reading the Getting Attention e-update and am glad to have an opportunity to improve our communications practice. Here’s the issue: I notice some of my colleagues here add this multi-line caveat at the end of their emails: This ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rated: +1
  • +1

    Can Your Nonprofit Benefit from Individuals' Enrollment in the Capital One's No Hassle Giving Program?

    Individual Donations Add Up With Capital One's No Hassle Giving Program In today's challenging economic environment when there are so many people in need, no charitable donation is too small to make a difference. In fact, individual donations are what sustain daily operations, cover crucial supplies and allow non-profits to continue their work. According to Giving USA 2009, individual donations ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +1
  • +3

    Texas Nonprofit Leaders Create Networking Circle

    Texas Nonprofit Leaders Create Networking Circle
    Leaders of local nonprofit organizations are putting their heads together to share ideas, seek solutions and collaborate efforts. The Nonprofit Network of the Golden Crescent, the group's new working name awaiting approval of the majority of its membership, has been meeting since early last year. The group originated in 2008 at the University of Houston-Victoria's Center for Non-Profit Leadership under the ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +3
  • +2

    Good Idea: Vacant Storefronts to Get Decked Out for Charity

    Good Idea: Vacant Storefronts to Get Decked Out for Charity
    Downtown Greensboro Inc. and the United Arts Council of Greater Greensboro have come up with a way to brighten the holidays, spruce up some unused storefronts and assist local nonprofits. The groups have arranged for a dozen organizations — such as the Alzheimer’s Association and Win Win Resolutions — to get their messages out by decorating the windows of vacant buildings ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +2
  • Rate

    Boost Your Internet Marketing Impact With Google Analytics

    [photo:12724] As pressure to perform grows for nonprofit marketing, many of you are trying to redefine priorities in your new, more streamlined environment. The most effective way to define your nonprofit communications priorities is to evaluate what strategies are working best, and do more of them. But as you told me a couple of years ago, only 37% of nonprofits track ...
    Published about 7 years ago | Rate This
  • Rate

    5 Reasons Taglines are lmportant for Fundraising

    5 Reasons Taglines are lmportant for Fundraising
    Welcome back to guest blogger Tamara Mendelsohn, Director of Marketing for Eventbrite for Causes, a sponsor of the 2010 Nonprofit Tagline Awards (a.k.a., The Taggies). Tamara focuses day in and day out on making events more productive for nonprofits and has a valuable recommendation to share… This year, the Taggies have added a category for special event taglines. (You can enter ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rate This
  • Rate

    5 Social Media Tips for Beginners

    [photo:13117] I want to welcome guest blogger Colleen Farrell. As senior director of marketing and communications at New York Cares, New York City’s largest volunteer organization, she is a master communicator re: volunteer engagement. Today, Colleen shares some social media insights for volunteer communications… I’ve been immersed in social media for several years, but like everyone else, have much to learn. ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rate This
  • Rate

    How Major News Can Help Your Nonprofit

    How Major News Can Help Your Nonprofit
    I was thrilled last Thursday to receive this timely e-news alert from HealthRight International.  It’s nonprofit marketing at it’s finest. This scrappy organization doing fantastic grassroots public health work worldwide had learned just a week prior that it had a fantastic marketing opportunity on its hands: Hillary Clinton had selected its Smile of the Sun center in Hanoi (a model for ...
    Published almost 7 years ago | Rate This
  • +2

    Magic of Disney Inspires 1 Million to Volunteer

    Magic of Disney Inspires 1 Million to Volunteer
    Volunteerism is catching on like wild fire these days. Indeed, what Patrick Corvington, CEO of the Corporation for National and Community Service, calls a "compassion boom," folks of all ages are giving back in large numbers across the U.S. The most recent example of this commitment to doing good? Disney's "Give a Day, Get a Disney Day" reached its goal ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +2
  • Rate

    Aid groups in China say they feel threatened by new rules on overseas donations

    Aid groups in China say they feel threatened by new rules on overseas donations
    BEIJING (AP) -- China has surprised thousands of aid groups by stepping in to regulate overseas donations for the first time, complicating efforts to get money from supporters in the United States and elsewhere. Some groups warned that losing the support could force many to shut down. China's leaders have only recently realized that outside help is needed on deep social ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rate This
  • +2

    'Town Square' on Web: "Xtreme Visibility" for Nonprofits

    'Town Square' on Web: "Xtreme Visibility" for Nonprofits
    Dec. 11 - MANATEE - A new Web site is promising Manatee County nonprofit organizations "Xtreme visibility" to get their messages out to prospective donors and volunteers who can help make a difference in the community. Manatee Connects, a project of the Manatee Community Foundation and partners including the Bradenton Herald, is up and running at www.manateeconnects.org. About 70 nonprofit ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +2
  • +3

    Nonprofit Fundraising 'On the Go' With New iPhone App

    Nonprofit Fundraising 'On the Go' With New iPhone App
    AUSTIN, Texas, Feb. 10 /PRNewswire/ -- The newest fundraising tool for participants in the 2010 Hill Country Ride for AIDS comes by way of the mobile device. The Central Texas nonprofit today launched its new iPhone® application, further equipping event participants with the technology solutions they need to reach more donors and be more successful in their peer-to-peer fundraising efforts. Developed ...
    Published over 7 years ago | Rated: +3