It’s a new year and time for some new goals for your small nonprofit.   Without goals, it’s tough to raise the money you need to fund your programs.   When there’s no targeted result, it’s tough to know when you’ve crossed the finish line.   But, what if you’re not sure what your fundraising30

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  A fundraising plan changes your likelihood of success.   I can’t think of any big, successful nonprofit that got to where they are now without a plan.   Having a written fundraising plan moves you from being reactive to proactive which keeps you moving purposefully toward your goals.   A plan can keep you30

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Get ready for #GivingTuesday with a plan from MobileCause that is guaranteed to win over the hearts and minds of all your supporters with proven strategies that will drive awareness and attract new donors to your nonprofit organization this year on November 28, 2017.   Download this free tool here: Giving-Tuesday-Infographic    

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  It’s October and it’s a great time to plan your fundraising efforts for next year.   Planning doesn’t have to be hard or take a lot of time, but it does require some serious thought.   When you take the time to sketch out the details for the coming year, you’ll set yourself up30

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  Do you ever feel like you’re working and working, and still not raising the money you need?   You’re putting in a lot of hours, trying a lot of things, and you just can’t hit your goals.   Yeah, I think we’ve all been there.   You know why that happens?   It’s the30

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I hear it all the time.   “We need to (increase programs/build a new building/eliminate a waiting list) and we need money to do it.”   Yes, but the FIRST thing you need is a plan.   When you have a big goal, the best way to ensure that you’ll reach it is to figure30

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Happy New or Mid Year!   If your fiscal year starts July 1, Happy New Year!  Otherwise, Happy Mid Year! Regardless of when you turn the page, this is a good time to stop and reflect on where you are.   We all get so busy in the doing that we often neglect the planning30

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People ask me all the time “what should be in my fundraising plan?” I find that most people who don’t have a plan just don’t know where to start or what to include. When I give them my simple answer, they don’t trust it at first. For some reason, they seem to want to make30

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