We have an announcement to make!
DonorSearch is hosting this month’s Fundraising Strategies & Nonprofit Tech Carnival.
With one carnival already up and running, it’s time to open the floor for submissions for the next round. And we’re happy to announce that DonorSearch is hosting this time.
Fundraising Strategies & Nonprofit Tech is a recently launched carnival with one mission — collect top-notch educational resources, thought-provoking blog articles, and other types of web-based content that can help our readers capitalize on the many assets of fundraising technology.
Nonprofit technology is an ever-growing and evolving field, and we want to stay at its forefront by gathering the most helpful resources possible in one singular location: this carnival.
If you missed the July carnival, check it out by clicking here! You’re in for a treat.
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This month’s theme: Major Gifts
Here at DonorSearch, we write about major gift fundraising a lot, and we’ve found that with such an expansive process comes an equally expansive list of skills, expertise, and tools required to successfully execute the process.
That’s why we thought it was the perfect topic for the August carnival.
Do you have a special tactic you use to leave a lasting impression on major gift prospects? Do you have a particular way of organizing information about major gifts in your database? Does your nonprofit know the secret to upgrading major gift donors?
Whatever high-level advice and insights you have to offer, we want to hear about it!
When you have a moment, please send in your best eBooks, blog articles, podcasts, and more, as long as they’re dedicated to educating folks about the big-ticket item at the top of the donor pyramid: major gifts.
Once you’ve picked out or created a resource that fits the theme, please send it to Taylor Gibbs at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
- Your name
- Your blog’s/website’s name
- Your post’s title
- Your post’s permalink
- A brief description of your topic
It’s that simple! Just email Taylor!