Documents, links, fundraising tools
If you want to organize an effective fundraiser or you wonder why your fundraiser is not making progress, check out these resources. Be it a one time fundraiser or wanting to draw more monthly donors, these resources can help you achieve that and understand what works, what doesn't work, what the prospective donors are looking for and what they are expecting from the charities they donate to.
These are documents and links I gathered since I opened my non profit association back in 2013 and I started helping various Romanian rescuers achieve their goals. It's been a trial and error and I am still learning. This page is only the start of a resource hub I'm planning to create for Romanian rescuers.
Links highlighted in red are links added in the last 30 days.
|Social Media Guides and Articles
|Presentation Deck - 12 Principles of Viral Content
|How to use social media hashtags and not screw it up
|How to Leverage Social Media to Grow a Non-Profit
|The Best Times to Post on Social Media in 2018 Based on Research
|11 Simple Yet Effective Edits to Instantly Improve Your Social Media Content
|Nonprofits on Social Media: How to Turn Followers Into Donors
|37 Twitter Feeds Nonprofit Leaders Should Follow
|9 Email Templates to Engage Donors Year-Round
|25 Instagram Tips for the Modern Nonprofit
|30 Power Words That Convert on Social Media
|How Should Facebook Play Into Your Fundraising Strategy?
|How to Do Your Own PR
|9 Steps to a Successful PR Campaign
|How to Be Your Own PR Machine
|What Do PR Agencies Do? Can You Do It Too?
|4 Ways to Get Press Coverage for Your Nonprofit
|How to Handle Bad Press and Get Back on Track
|12 Moments Every Nonprofit Event Planner Understands [GIFs]
|9 Supporter Emails You Don’t Want to Receive [GIFs]
|21 GIFs Every Fundraising Professional Understands
|Romanian Animal Groups on Facebook
|Specialized groups. These groups belong to highly successful shelters and non profit associations. They owe their success to a collaborative mentality which attracts many followers and volunteers. This is called the snowball effect.