This video shows you how to put custom content on your Facebook page, like a donate button, a list of adoptable pets, a volunteer application or anything else.
Online giving accounted for about 2 billion dollars in 2014, and increased 8.9% over 2013. Online giving has increased every single year so far.1 So how can you take advantage of online donations, and how is the process different from offline donations?
5 million Google accounts and passwords appear to have been published on a Russian forum. Here’s what you need to do to make sure your account is safe.
Facebook is rolling out another set of changes to our Pages. This will affect nonprofits in a MAJOR way, and they’re starting to roll it out next week (March 17) Read on to learn about the changes and what you need to do now.
Starting February 20, 2014, Facebook will begin identifying which page admin made each post on your page with a “Posted by _____” attribution. This will ONLY be available to other administrators–not the general public.
Facebook unveiled a “Donate Now” button this week to make it much easier for non-profits to take contributions on Facebook, at NO CHARGE to the nonprofit or the donor! However, this allows Facebook to collect credit card numbers and other billing info for Facebook users that could mean millions for its ecommerce and gaming initiatives.
This week, Google launched One Today, its latest offering as part of the Google for Nonprofits program. (If you’re not a part of this program, it’s free and easy to sign up–if you’re a 501(c)3, you need to do it!
I have seen nonprofits cautiously embrace social media over the last five years, but they still aren’t completely sure how to use it for fundraising. This session will teach you how, and help you get you Executive Director and Board of Directors excited too! We’ll look at successful social media fundraising campaigns, and some not-so-successful […]
The Best Way for Nonprofits to Accept Credit Cards in Person – An Alternative to Square Up or Paypal Here
If your organization is not accepting credit cards onsite—for adoption fees, donations, spay/neuter or vaccination fees, boarding costs, service payments or anything else—you’re missing out on a big source of revenue. I have used Paypal Here, Square and PhoneSwipe extensively, all in the animal rescue field. I recommend PhoneSwipe, hands down. Here’s why.