August 22, 2014
No nonprofit organization is immune to change, not even the largest and most established groups. Smaller nonprofits can capture more attention and contributions through effective and innovative outreach, while bigger ones can maintain their presence by reacting to the tastes and preferences of potential donors. Appealing to traditionally strong contributors who curtailed giving during the Great Recession, is an important part of staying relevant, as is reaching out to groups who haven't traditionally been strong donors in the past.
Here's an overview of a few different fundraising techniques that are increasing in popularity in regard to the current economic climate and the preferences of potential donors:
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