Entries by Adam Weinger

3 Tips to Make Interactive Experiences with Nonprofit Cloud

Interactive experiences help nonprofits engage with supporters on a deeper level. These experiences encourage supporters to interact with your nonprofit actively rather than passively. For example, social media posts facilitate two-way communication between nonprofits and donors by allowing users to like or comment on posts. With its robust capabilities and the ability to access tools housed in […]

Wealth Screening in Higher Education Fundraising: 6 Tips

Donor outreach can be expensive for nonprofits and higher education institutions. Consider the process of collecting ten gifts of $100 each versus one gift of $1,000. While you’ll end up with the same amount in the end, it ultimately takes more time, energy, and funds to successfully solicit smaller gifts from ten individual donors as […]

How Camp Mobile Apps Transform Engagement with Parents

Most businesses and other organizations need the support of an outside party to be successful. For example, nonprofits need to steward donors to ensure their continued support. Businesses must create innovative products or offer services that their customers enjoy. And camps need to build their community and secure the interest and engagement of parents. There are a […]

4 Strategies to Boost Your Museum’s Fundraising Efforts

If you’re a leader at a museum, you’ve likely spent a good deal of time thinking about how to create a sustainable funding model for your organization. When you consider your museum’s revenue streams, ticketing likely comes to mind first. However, museum revenue generation as a whole is much more complicated. Research shows that all […]

Recognizing Sorority & Fraternity Alumni/ae: 4 Memorable Ideas

It’s crucial that sorority and fraternity chapters thank their alumni/ae for making their fundraising initiatives possible. Whether you’re thanking them for supporting your national philanthropy initiatives or volunteering in the community, acknowledging the major role alumni/ae play in the chapter’s ongoing success is important. Simply saying “thank you” is the first step in a detailed appreciation cadence. Other strategies […]