7 Must-haves to Get More Donations from Your Nonprofit’s Website
The start of a new calendar year or your organization’s fiscal year is a good time to assess how many donations have been received (especially since most people donate at the end of a calendar year) and if you could be getting more. There are several obstacles you may not have considered that could hinder the number of donations your nonprofit receives through its website, such as a difficult donation process or doubt or concern on behalf of the donor. If you address these issues, you remove some barriers, getting even more donations through your website. Here are our 7 must-haves to get more donations from your nonprofit’s website.
5 Reasons Your Nonprofit Needs an Accessible Website Design
If your nonprofit organization doesn’t have an accessible website design or have accessible digital documents and publications, it is alienating supporters or members who have a disability. In some cases, Section 508 or ADA laws require accessibility. In others, it’s just the right thing to do. Here is an explanation of accessibility and why your nonprofit should care.
How to Easily Accept and Track Donations on Your Nonprofit’s Website
Guest blog by Glen Ferguson
When it comes to getting donations, your nonprofit organization needs to make it as easy as possible for supporters. Accepting donations directly on your website removes hurdles and provides an improved level of convenience for your donors, resulting in increased donations (and that’s the goal, isn’t it?).
Is Your Nonprofit Making These 7 RFP Mistakes?
Nonprofits often use requests for proposal (RFPs) to find potential vendors for a particular type of work after performing an assessment of the organization’s needs. But your nonprofit may actually be unknowingly hurting itself in the RFP process. Are you making these seven nonprofit RFP mistakes?
Get Stellar Results for Your Nonprofit Event With a Design That Shines
Whether your nonprofit event is a small dinner or a large gala, it needs to inspire people to attend, sponsor or donate, so your organization can advance its mission. As the face of the event, the design is of utmost importance. To be effective, it needs to engage and connect with your audience. It needs to make them care about your cause and your work.