These are unusual and unexpected circumstances with the global spread and concern about COVID-19. For those in the development and advancement field, it brings up questions of how to best do our work. We believe some of the most important development work can and should continue to take place, even if it is best to be remote.
With over 364 million active users, LinkedIn can be an incredible source of information that can help you understand individuals who may give to your organization. In this week’s advisory, BWF_social’s Justin Ware presents 3 ways to connect with donors on LinkedIn.
We’ve written extensively on both online ambassadors and major gift work. We know, from our clients’ experiences, that the two go hand in hand. A growing mountain of data and studies tells us the same. Now we have more data that helps explain why peer-to-peer is even more important and effective in major gift work […]
This article was contributed by Funderful and originally appeared in the April edition of CASE Currents magazine. Click here to read more. Working adults crave fun. Four out of 10 adults worldwide deal with excessive pressure on the job, according to a global workforce study by Towers Watson. A recent work survey showed that more than […]
Why should you invest in digital media for fundraising? In short, because you like seeing lots of new donors, high retention, and engaged major gift donors for your organization. But we did say “invest in digital media.” So what is the cost of achieving those attributes of online and social media fundraising? Read on to see […]