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When planning a fundraiser for a nonprofit organization it’s important to analyze your NonProfit Event Revenue Streams. In your analysis, you can uncover ways to maximize funds being raised and offer guests varying price points to participate.

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In the United States, rare diseases are defined as a disease affecting fewer than 200,000. There are 7,000 different rare diseases. This sounds like a lot, but if you consider the above statement about specific mutations for cancer, even more cancers will fall under the definition of a rare disease.

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You know you have an amazing program and are serving an unmet need in your community, but how do you convey that information in a way that is impactful to the nameless, faceless committee who will be reviewing your grant application?

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Friends, readers, fundraisers, lend me your ears! It’s super important that you make it easy for people to find your social channels.

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We estimated that only one in five people cares about showing generosity to others without feeling these characteristics really matter to themselves. They are more likely to donate when they can be recognized as generous.

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Tim and his team aim to de-code what drives people to give. NextAfter has run over 12,000 marketing optimization experiments that are publicly sourced for other companies to use freely.

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You’ve done the legwork: you’ve built your awesome donation page, you’ve set up your merchant accounts, and your supporters have started making donations. Everything is under control – right?

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Think back to an event where you had the time of your life, the conversations, the laughter, the connections with others…if you keep thinking, you may remember the host, the environment, and what made it such a great time.

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Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin are more readily being used as forms of payment and for trading too. More and more banks, retailers, and other institutions have begun to accept cryptocurrencies as a legit form of currency with real value. And we’re now witnessing small businesses and nonprofits opening their minds and doors to the notion (and the importance of) welcoming versus resisting cryptocurrency for retail transactions or donations, respectively.

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There’s a lot of discussion about storytelling for nonprofits, lively debate about the best way to build and tell narratives, and endless theories about the most effective ways to use different kinds of media to capture your story. There’s a lot of information out there! In case you don’t have time to comb through all those articles, here’s a summary of what nonprofit storytelling looks like and how you can put it to work for you:

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Although Americans give nearly US$400 billion a year to museums, churches, food pantries and other nonprofits that employ one in 10 of the nation’s workers, informed guidance for givers and fundraisers alike can be hard to find outside niche publications.

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As a Millennial who works in the nonprofit software sector, I’m often surprised by how hesitant nonprofit executives are when it comes to marketing to my generation. It seems that the Baby Boomers and Matures who run nonprofits are aware that they need to market to Millennials, but unsure of how to proceed and unconfident that their work will pay off.

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