Nonprofit Storytelling How to Tell Stories That Take Supporters from Passive to Passionate

Nonprofit Storytelling That Takes Supporters from Passive to Passionate [WEBINAR]

Julia Claire Campbell Marketing, Nonprofits, Social Media, Storytelling, Visual Marketing Leave a Comment

Today at 1 PM ET I gave a free webinar with Network for Good, all about how to get people from passive to passionate, using nonprofit storytelling. Storytelling is a buzzword. It may seem like something that is “nice to do” in your marketing and fundraising work – but effective storytelling actually creates results for your nonprofit. In this webinar, we …

How Your Nonprofit Can Plan Ahead for #GivingTuesday

How Your Nonprofit Can Plan Ahead for #GivingTuesday

Julia Claire Campbell Events, Fundraising, Marketing, Nonprofits, Online Fundraising 3 Comments

I know, I know – it’s too early to talk about December. On the East Coast, we just got comfortable ordering Pumpkin Spice Lattes and pulling out our fall boots. We don’t want to discuss Christmas and certainly not year-end giving right now! Think again!  Don’t let your nonprofit be left behind – start planning for #GivingTuesday and year-end giving …

7 Steps To More Online Donations This Holiday Season

7 Steps To More Online Donations This Holiday Season

Julia Claire Campbell Nonprofits, Online Fundraising, Websites Leave a Comment

It’s year-end giving time – the most wonderful time of the year! The year-end season of giving and generosity means millions of donors are searching for places to donate, for items to purchase that make a difference and for causes in which to get involved. Where are they looking? Online. Here are some statistics for you to chew on, if …

Be Your Donor Day

What do your donors experience when they give? #BeYourDonor

Julia Claire Campbell Fundraising, Nonprofits, Online Fundraising Leave a Comment

When speaking to nonprofit professionals, I always give them this one piece of advice: Make a donation to your own nonprofit, either online or via a check in the mail. Then see what happens. Do you get an acknowledgement? A letter? An email? A phone call? Or do you get a symphony of crickets? A must-read report was recently released …