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What Type of Fundraiser Are You? Take the Quiz to Find Out! 

November 14, 2019

By: Carrie Saracini

You may know your personality type, but do you know your fundraising type?  Just answer a few questions about your fundraising experience, your biggest hurdles, and your motivations. We’ll tell you which type of fundraiser you are. Take the quiz here! Why learn your fundraising type?  Understand yourself. It&… Read More

Ask a Fundraising Coach: my colleague posts rants on Facebook, we forgot to thank our event sponsors, and more 

November 13, 2019

By: Andrea Holthouser

Ask a Fundraising Coach is Network for Good’s weekly advice column, where our expert team of Personal Fundraising Coaches tackles your toughest challenges in the world of fundraising, nonprofit management, donor relations, and more. Submit your questions to [email protected] Barbara C write… Read More

NFG Staff Profile: David Vertin 

November 8, 2019

By: Amanda Khoury

The two words that best describe David are: Hard Worker. David goes above and beyond to continuously build and improve the Business Development Team at Network for Good. David also works cross departmentally to support various projects and initiatives to help do good faster. David is a family man and loves spending tim… Read More

Marketing School Is in Session with the Nonprofit Best Practices Workbook 

November 7, 2019

By: Carrie Saracini

Don’t think of yourself as a marketer? We beg to disagree. Any nonprofit professional, board member, or volunteer who communicates with donors and supporters is a marketer. If you’re sharing your organization’s message and mission, that’s marketing! If you start to think of donor communications,… Read More

Ask a Fundraising Coach: a fundraiser who hates fundraising, and how to fire a volunteer 

November 6, 2019

By: Andrea Holthouser

Ask a Fundraising Coach is Network for Good’s weekly advice column, where our expert team of Personal Fundraising Coaches tackles your toughest challenges in the world of fundraising, nonprofit management, donor relations, and more. Submit your questions to [email protected] Sara W writes: … Read More

You’re Just Two Steps Away from Your Best. Year-End. Ever. 

November 5, 2019

By: Carrie Saracini

The year-end clock is ticking!  50% of total annual giving happens during the last three months of the year, so it’s critical to have a plan.  At Network for Good, we believe in setting you up for success. That’s why we developed a series of interactive, custom email appeal templates to help you raise more money… Read More

Nonprofit Accounting Is a Breeze with Network for Good’s New QuickBooks Online Integration 

November 4, 2019

By: Agnes Sokol

Reconciling between systems can be a major pain. Network for Good is announcing a new integration with QuickBooks Online, which will allow customers to save time by effortlessly streamlining systems! Working with thousands of nonprofits from coast-to-coast, we understand fundraising challenges and constantly striv… Read More

NFG Staff Profile: Onias Dickson 

November 1, 2019

By: Amanda Khoury

As the Partnerships Program Manager, Onias works with Network for Good’s partners, including Facebook and Google, to ensure a seamless experience and operations. He works with partners to support donors and non-profits by offering guidance of best practices to follow. Onias has an extensive nonprofit background w… Read More

4 Spooky, Scary Fundraising Statistics (And What to Do About Them) 

October 31, 2019

By: Carrie Saracini

It’s the spookiest time of year, and these recent fundraising statistics are sure to frighten. But before you get scared off, check out our strategies for boosting your fundraising and marketing results in spite of the stats. 3 out of 4 first time donors won’t donate again to your organization. The secret to do… Read More

How to Add Legacy Giving to Year-End Appeals 

October 28, 2019

By: Lori Kranczer

When organizations are planning their year-end appeals the first thing that they think of is raising money, now.  Of course, that makes sense since many donors are conditioned to give their annual gifts by December 31st every year.  Some organizations bring in the majority of their funds through their year end appeal… Read More

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