May 29, 2014
There are a variety of ways that nonprofits bring in funds to support their missions and maintain operating budgets. One of the most common methods is fundraising campaigns.
While some donors contribute multiple times throughout the year, targeted campaigns draw in casual contributors, along with more dedicated patrons and those new to the cause. By highlighting a specific issue or area that a nonprofit wants to develop, it can be easier to bring in charitable gifts. Therefore, it's very important that organizations plan their campaigns and structure them for the highest level of possible success.
Here are three tips to help nonprofits have a successful fundraising effort:
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