Many groups are interested in building an online hub of shared resources that will get members “on message,” but few do what it takes to get it right. This study shows how, by joining forces, a network of organizations reframed the discussion of the “war on terror.”
Since today is the first day of spring, what better time of year to clean out the dust bunnies that have accumulated in your donor database? Here’s how to do so in a strategic, effective way.
Structural, operational and cultural barriers can derail the adoption of technological engagement tools, so nonprofits looking to foster engagement must focus on strategy prior to technology.
Nonprofits are often advised to re-engineer their brand with each new technology, but while a flexible approach to technology is desirable, good branding requires consistency, not fluctuation.
Many groups are interested in convening colleagues to build an online hub of shared resources that will get members “on message,” but few invest the time, energy, and resources to do it right.
There are many mobile apps that can benefit your nonprofit organization without a large outlay of cash or a great deal of organization-wide planning.