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Are you a player in the fundraiser golf outing business? Would you like an easy to remember and descriptive domain name for your business? In use since 1999, MyGolfOuting.com was at one point the number one searched destination for the tournament planner. The volunteer who said, “I’ll chair the outing committee”, then wondered, “what now?”. No auction yet. No set price. Package will include a package of 4 domain names Mygolfouting.com, ,net, .org, and MyGolfTournament.com Contact me to make an

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Designing a School Website to Recruit Students

From GolfRegistrations.com In the past, a reputation alone would have been a deciding factor for parents of students seeking a prestigious school. With access to a world full of information on the internet today, parents are now being introduced to prospective schools in a different way. Parents usually get an introduction to their child’s future through the school’s website, and the first impression makes all the difference. With all the work that goes behind the success of a school, make

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6 Engaging Strategies for Stewarding Your Major Donors

From GolfRegistrations.com Every nonprofit knows that retaining your supporters is the best way to ensure that your fundraising success continues into the future. It’s far easier to rely on existing relationships for support than it is to find new supporters every time you hold a fundraising campaign. But how can you make sure that you’re retaining your supporters so that they’ll want to stay involved with your nonprofit organization year after year? The best retention strategy, of course, is supporter

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Crowdfunding Ideas For Nonprofits

From GolfRegistrations.com Imagine a crowdfunding campaign that shows your passion through creativity, communication and innovation. Just one successful fundraising event per year, when done right, can make the best crowdfunding ideas for nonprofits realized. Start with contributions from board members and donors. Then show the public something to be excited about as you launch your crowdfunding website. Hold a launch party, have confidence and have fun. And go forward with the best tools and knowledge in your carpet bag. 10

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Turn Social Media Followers Into Donors

From GolfRegistrations.com Turning Social Media followers into donors is an effective social media fundraising strategy that we can all get behind. The key component is making a genuine connection, and stating a clear call to action. Facebook Live allows you to interact with potential donors regularly, at no cost. They’ll see your team on a regular basis and form a relationship with you. Turn Social Media Followers Into Donors With Facebook Live Facebook Live videos go straight to the top

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Volunteer Retention Strategies

From GolfRegistrations.com Valuing volunteers is key to the success of any nonprofit organization. Whether their role is facilitating strategic planning sessions or placing phone calls, they help nonprofits stay afloat. Volunteers serve in leadership roles and help in building stronger communities. They are essential to the work of charity organizations and fundraising, and valuing them is crucial to volunteer retention. Volunteer Retention and Diversity The biggest demographic of volunteers are white women between 40 and 60. While you want to

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Peer to Peer Fundraising Best Practices

From GolfRegistrations.com If you’ve decided to host a peer-to-peer event, utilizing Peer to Peer fundraising best practices is sure to boost your fundraising success. In fact, the ability to motivate your participants, volunteers, and board members will determine your success. Putting them first is central to peer to peer fundraising best practices. When embarking upon a crowdfunding event, start with the thought that your supporters believe in your cause and find joy in giving. Motivating them is the best way

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Essential Priorities for a Successful Major Gifts Program

From GolfRegistrations.com While we discussed the high-level overview of 5 Steps to Building a Major Gifts Program previously, there are also more detailed nuances about how to acquire major gift donors. Let’s delve into the minutiae of how to build a strong strategy towards building your donor base for a successful major gifts program. The End Goal is the Starting Point Like all successful fundraising campaigns, major gift programs must begin with a clearly defined goal. Why is setting a fundraising

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Board of Directors Non Profit Responsibilities

From GolfRegistrations.com A nonprofit board of directors is faced with the same question as everyone involved with a nonprofit. How can we achieve our mission? They have the advantage of objectivity regarding the daily workings of the nonprofit. Often, they come from diverse areas of business. The board of directors non profit responsibilities lie in strategic planning, fundraising, financial planning, leadership and creating partnerships. Board of Directors Non Profit Responsibilities and Diversity The richest mix of perspectives is found in

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5 Good Reasons to Host Fundraising Events

From GolfRegistrations.com While the primary mission of hosting non-profit events is generally to fundraise, there are also other essential reasons why fundraising events are so important for organizations. Let’s discuss some other benefits and reasons why hosting fundraising events are one of the vital lifelines for any non-profit organization. 5 Reasons to Host Fundraising Events, Beyond Raising Money Hosting fundraising and non-profit crowdfunding events generally take a lot of planning. Is it worth it? The short answer is yes! There

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Capital Campaigns: 7 Ways to Supplement Major Gifts

From GolfRegistrations.com If you’ve been involved with nonprofits or fundraising for any amount of time, odds are that you know the 80/20 or 90/10 rule. The ratio changes from organization to organization, but the sentiment is always the same: 80% of your fundraising comes from 20% of your community. This is why major gift fundraising is so important: that 20% of contributors is going to be responsible for 80% of your campaign’s success. But the other 20% is still of

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