5 Tips + 25 Ideas + 3 Tools to Take Your Nonprofit Events Virtual In the Age of Coronavirus – #NPCOVID19

5 Tips + 25 Ideas + 3 Tools to Take Your Nonprofit Events Virtual In the Age of Coronavirus – #NPCOVID19

Julia Claire Campbell Events, Fundraising, Nonprofits, Online Fundraising, Social Media 1 Comment

The coronavirus pandemic is sweeping across the globe. Human behavior itself is shifting towards online and digital as we social distance to slow the spread and save lives.  People are staying inside, working remotely, and as a result, the in-person events and fundraisers that nonprofits count on have to change.  While we can pine away for the times of yesterday, …

8-step-guide-to-planning-the-perfect-nonprofit-fundraising-event

8 Step Guide to Planning the Perfect Nonprofit Fundraising Event

Julia Claire Campbell Events, Fundraising, Nonprofits 2 Comments

Guest blog by Kerri Moore With the advent and extent of social media marketing, nonprofit organizations are able to spread the word about their fundraising events farther and wider than ever before. Year over year, fundraising events have increased the revenue of nonprofits across the board— smaller nonprofits especially. It’s no coincidence. Social media has opened up the doors and …

How To Get People To Your Nonprofit Event Using Facebook

How to Get More People At Your Nonprofit Event Using Facebook

Julia Claire Campbell Events, Facebook, Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media 9 Comments

Fundraising and cultivation events are a vital piece of the puzzle for many nonprofits, large and small. In-person events are a great way to energize supporters and connect directly with donors and volunteers. The challenge with holding a vibrant and successful event lies in the marketing and promotion of the event. Simply sending out snail mail letters doesn’t cut it …

4 ways to promote your event that you haven’t thought of

Julia Claire Campbell Events, Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media 10 Comments

So you have decided to host an huge, fabulous event. (Great!) You’ve booked the venue, decided on a theme, chosen the caterer and named a ticket price. You’ve posted about the event on Facebook and sent out regular tweets on Twitter. You put information in the monthly email newsletter and on your website. You may have also put it in …