Giving is about feeling, rooted in relationship. Nonprofits have to connect with people, and make them feel something— angry, sad, happy, or even inspired in order to grow their impact.
Once you’ve figured out your audience and set marketing goals for your nonprofit, it’s time to start thinking about how to communicate your message.
Since most grants take hours or days to complete, spending some time learning whether you have a chance at funding is a good investment.
Here is a checklist to use when researching a potential grant opportunity.
When it comes to marketing for nonprofits, the next step is setting marketing goals that align with your organizational objectives. The “why” behind your efforts is just as important as the “how.”
Here are a few tips to help make sure you are submitting the best possible grant proposal.
Anyone who works in the nonprofit world knows the feeling of having to constantly push for visibility.