Your website often serves as a first impression for your nonprofit organization. Are you charming the socks off first-time visitors or leaving them uninterested in your cause and uninspired to give? For episode 16, Danielle is joined by Blackbaud’s nonprofit website expert and co-founder of Charleston-based Birthdays For All, Ben Wong, to cover the 10 most common ways to lose a donor online and how to avoid them.
Episode 14: It's Too Real: Season Two Recap
During this episode of the Raise and Engage Podcast, we take a look back at the top nonprofit tips shared i...
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Episode 58: Keeping Score with Online Giving
Online fundraising has been around for nearly 20 years, and it continues to grow in both size and revenue amongst nonprofit organizations. In light of the increasing importance of digital...
Episode 57: Let's Talk About GDPR
You can’t pay attention to the news without hearing about the concerns and issues around data privacy and data protection. It affects every type of industry, government, and nonprofit organization...
Episode 55: Cause Marketing ft. Joe Waters
We’ve seen an increasing number of cause marketing relationships between nonprofits, corporations, and retailers. Joe Waters discusses changes in the cause marketing space and what to expecting going
Episode 54: Networked Advocacy Trends All Nonprofits Can Learn From
Networking and digital trends have brought about big changes in politics and culture. For nonprofit organizations to keep up, they have to lean into these trends and change the way that they...
Episode 53: Just say "No" to Nonprofit Burnout ft. Beth Kanter
Professionals in the non-profit sector face certain challenges that put them at a greater risk for experiencing burnout. How can you prevent burnout on an individual level, and how can an organization
Episode 52: The Power of Movements ft. Henry Timms
What gets a movement started, and once a movement has been started, what causes it to grow and accelerate? To help us answer those questions and more, joining us on this episode is Henry Timms of 92Y
Episode 51: Analytical Activism ft. David Karpf
The digital age provides enormous opportunity for nonprofit organizations to collect data.Tune in to the episode to hear how analytics &testing are affecting the way that organizations create change.
Episode 50: How Giving Bounced Back in 2017
Understanding how giving trends change over the years can be the key to predicting what’s going to happen in the future and planning how you’re going to address those trends. In today’s podcast...
Episode 49: Nonprofit Professional Development ft. Terry Vyas
A multi-pronged professional development strategy can help professionals achieve growth in their roles while staying sharp and current while also helping nonprofit leadership mitigate turnover and
Episode 48: Change is Hard, But Change is Good
The ability to accept and embrace change, whether it be change in process, staff or technology, is what allows your nonprofit organization to remain relevant and active in a changing world.
Episode 47: Millennial Voices: Advocates and Activists ft. Derrick Feldmann
We hear this group discussed a lot in the social good community: Millennials. More specifically, the importance of digital technology for understanding how Millennials, the first generation of...
Episode 46: The New (Fundraising) Kid in Town ft. Jerusha Schmalzel
The professional life of a fundraiser often involves changing gears. Fundraisers frequently move to new organizations to set new goals and take on new challenges. However, being the “new kid” in...
Episode 45: Midterm Elections Digital Trends Nonprofits Should Leverage
A big election, like the upcoming 2018 midterms, can get people fired up about a variety of issues. Can nonprofits, including 501(c)(3) organizations, take advantage of these political moments to...
Episode 44: Fundraising with Social Ambassadors ft. Beth Kanter
As nonprofit marketers, fundraisers and executives, we always need to be looking for new and more effective ways to reach new people. One of the best and most underutilized ways to do that is...
Episode 43: What the Heck Is Happening in Digital Marketing ft. Carie Lewis Carlson
In the nonprofit sector, digital engagement and fundraising is a hot topic. But are donors and activists on the same page as organizations when it comes to digital engagement and giving online?...
Episode 42: Speakin' My Language How to Engage Multilingual Donors ft. Adrian White Slagle of Operation Smile
Our guest today is Adrian White Slagle of Operation Smile. She joins us to discuss the changing demographics in America and the importance of engaging bilingual and multilingual donors on a cultural..
Episode 41: Testing, Testing,1, 2, 3… ft. Tim Kachuriak of NextAfter
We’ve all been there: the latest reports show this one color donate button works best, everyone is blogging about shortening subject lines, our board is inspired by another organization’s...
Episode 40: How to Be a Good Manager and Still Rock Your Goals ft. Kishshana Palmer
On today’s podcast episode, we are talking about how to be a manager, a badass coach, and a fundraiser all at the same time. My guest today, is the Fund Diva Kashana Palmer. She is the founder of...
Episode 39: Managing Change (and Avoiding Grey Hairs) in the Nonprofit Sector
Today’s episode is all about Change Management and how you can better your organization by implementing change at all levels. My guest is Tiffany Getch, an Organizational Change Manager at...
Episode 38: The Intersection of Offline and Online Tactics In Major Gifts