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Three ways Nonprofits can improve fundraising with their website

By Adam Walker | Jul 6, 2016

A nonprofit’s website should be one of its best fundraising tools.  A good site will quickly share what the nonprofit does, explain why that is important, and ask people to get involved through volunteerism and giving. The key to using your website to increase giving is clear communication. If a visitor understood the need and…

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5 things that happen when you volunteer

By Adam Walker | Jul 1, 2016

Volunteering isn’t always easy. We tend to be busy and taking a night or weekend to help others often sounds great at first, and less great as the volunteer opportunity approaches. But volunteering can produce amazing things! Here are five things that happen when you volunteer: You build relationships. If you are volunteering with friends,…

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Guest Blogger, United Way of New York City

By Carole | Jun 28, 2016

It’s about more than a website By: Don Jordan, Director, Strategy and Operations, Community Impact, United Way of New York City We like to think of New York as the greatest City in the world. But for 2.7 million New Yorkers that can’t cover the basics—housing, food, childcare, taxes, and healthcare—that’s just not the case.…

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Sponsor Spotlight: Geoff Wilson, President & Founder of 352 Inc.

By Carole | Jun 15, 2016

Thank you, Geoff Wilson and 352 Inc. for returning to #48in48ATL! 48in48: Why is 352 returning to 48in48 in 2016? Wilson: As a digital agency, it’s rare to find an opportunity where you can help non-profits by performing your own craft, and it’s especially rare to be able to help 48 non-profits in one weekend.…

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Volunteer Spotlight: Rachelle Kuramoto

By Carole | Jun 10, 2016

“In 2015, I had the great good fortune of being involved in 48in48, helping with messaging and content. I do a lot of volunteer work, and have never seen such an exponential impact as was made during this endeavor. The ~150 volunteers were graced by being able to help in such a specific and immediate…

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5 Ways to Make Sure a Nonprofit Event Goes Well:

By Carole | May 27, 2016

5 ways to make sure a nonprofit event goes well: Plan absurdly far in advance Sponsors, volunteers and vendors are on their own time. Some may commit casually and never follow through. With enough time to allow the event essentials to finalize, maybe even early, you are left with time to tweak, add on some…

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48in48 Nonprofit Testimonies from 2015

By Carole | May 13, 2016

As we near the nonprofit application window (June 1 – 30), let’s see how participating nonprofits from 2015 are doing! “Our site from Evermore has become the backbone of YWCA of Greater Atlanta’s rebranding efforts. With a limited marketing budget and very few resources to build a website on our own, the new, free website…

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Patience vs Persistence

By Carole | Apr 21, 2016

  Persistence and patience: When it comes to fundraising, these two struggle in tug of war. Chasing dollars requires a level of persistence to stay on top of cultivating a relationship. But where do you draw the line so your efforts don’t become detrimental to your own hard work? On one hand, you hear your…

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3 reasons your nonprofit should start using Slack today

By Adam Walker | Apr 13, 2016

I was talking with a good friend over the weekend that works for a nonprofit when he said to me, “I wish we could find a better way to communicate internally aside from sending a ton of emails.” Of course, my immediate response was, “You should use Slack!” My friend had never heard of Slack,…

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