Category Archives: website

Assessing digital fundraising at MVDP April 16

“Nonprofit crowdfunding is changing the landscape of online fundraising and growing at an exponential rate.” That’s the assessment of Ghazal Vaghedi, who comes from San Francisco April 16 to present “Best Practices for Building a Successful Online (Crowdfunding) Fundraising Campaign.” … Continue reading

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Tips for a winning year-end fundraising strategy

Whether or not you have completed your year-end giving plan, here are some tips that may help, courtesy of consultant Gail Perry. Gail offers five must-dos for your message, four must-dos for your ask, three overall strategies (click here for more on … Continue reading

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Marketing tools that help development

Jim Gochenour brought a wealth of information about marketing to his presentation Thursday at the Central Willamette Community Credit Union. In addition to his handout, he made his PowerPoint slides available, and they are located here.

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Let your light shine

With more than 22,000 nonprofit organizations in Oregon, how are donors going to know the good work that you do and how they can help the good work happen? Not by hiding your light under a bushel, that’s for sure. … Continue reading

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Resolutions for online fundraising and marketing success in 2012

Yet another set of ten resolutions has surfaced. This time they’re focused on online fundraising and marketing success in 2012. The e-book from Network for Good (download the book here) contains much detail, but here are the ten resolutions: I … Continue reading

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