Significant research has revealed some interesting patterns that contradict what many people believe to be the facts about mobile fundraising. In a just completed study that looked at fundraising trends across 343 small and medium sized nonprofits, the results indicate that more people are now using mobile devices to engage
New information that’s now available shows that fundraising efforts on social media are paying off in a big way especially when aided by the use of mobile devices. Although most nonprofits have been slow to employ full-on, mobile-first communications and fundraising strategies, with numbers making a better case for it,
If you’re wondering how nonprofits can benefit from being more tech savvy all you need to do is look at how technology has helped shape and transform businesses in other sectors. Forget for a moment that nonprofits are operating on shoestring budgets and have difficulty raising money and recruiting volunteers.
Fundraising at its core is really about the relationships between various staff and volunteers as well as donors and supporters. And what better way to foster those relationships than through text messaging which is the most personal form of electronic communications. Some estimate that 90% of all messages sent are