The Covid-19 pandemic, and subsequent social distancing guidelines, have meant that many in-person fundraising events, seminars and training courses have been postponed or cancelled. Instead, there’s been an increased uptake of these events and fundraisers online. Even with lockdown restrictions easing, virtual events appear to be sticking around for a little longer.
One type of event that’s particularly taken off, are webinars. Webinars are effectively a virtual seminar that’s held entirely online. Given the current climate, this makes them invaluable to charities. But, if you’re thinking about setting up your own fundraising webinar, perhaps you’re not entirely sure how they can benefit your nonprofit? Why are they so vital to your charity work?
When planned correctly, webinars can be a great way to help your fundraising campaigns; they promote your charity’s cause and impact, as well as reaching wider audiences that you would have not originally had access to. In the blog below, we’ll explain exactly why webinars are so important to nonprofit organisations, as well as everything you need to get started with your own!
Let’s dive in.
There are many different reasons why fundraising webinars are so important to charities. For example, they’re a good way for nonprofits to:
The main purpose of a webinar is to put a group of people into discussion. Like an in-person seminar, attendees gather to listen and discuss various topics that are relevant to that charity.
Effectively, this means that you can use them to conduct any of the above, but completely online. Webinars also help you to continue your fundraising events and discussions virtually, in a way that complies with social distancing restrictions.
So now you know why webinars are so popular, and why they’re vital to charities, it’s time to look at how you can host one yourself! It might seem overwhelming to plan your own webinar, especially if you keep getting swamped by the specifics and meeting planning.
However, they’re actually pretty straightforward to plan. Here are three things you need to start:
The attendees of your webinar are the key to its success. That’s why it’s important to find out ahead of time what your audience wants and/or needs to hear. You need your audience to have an interest in the webinar programme before it actually goes ahead. Speak to your audience to find out if they’re interested, what’s the best time and date to host your webinar, as well as the key topics they want to discuss.
Set a date and time for your webinar based on what your audience’s time preferences are. This can be tricky, as if you have multiple people attending from different locations or time zones. However, try and find a balance as best as you can; this might mean that you have to run multiple sessions throughout the day to be fully inclusive.
And lastly, of course you’ll need a webinar hosting platform to actually run your fundraiser! Lockdown has boosted the popularity of Zoom for meetings, and event platforms like Everywhere+ (that’s us!) can create engaging experiences for big impact. There are plenty of other platforms out there to suit any budget or requirements. Pick a platform that you know how to use and has the features you need, as well as one that pushes simplicity. You need your attendees to know how to access and use it too!
It’s not too late to register for our May Data Slam 2021 webinar! In the webinar, we’re talking all about data and how fundraisers can use this to communicate with their donors and form stronger relationships.
The event will take place on Thursday 13th May 2021 and starts 2pm BST (9am EST). The entire summit is being broadcast online and will be three hours long. If you want to get involved, you can book your ticket here. If you’re already a Fundraising Everywhere member then there’s no need to register, as the event will be subtitled and recorded for you to watch back at any time for 30 days post-event.
In this blog, we’ll give you an insight into our May Data Slam 2021 webinar fundraiser, and why you should get involved. This month, we’re talking all about data and how fundraisers can use this to communicate with their donors and form stronger relationships. Data is very important to any nonprofit or charity, as it can be used as a way to learn more about your donors; who they are, what they value, and how they see themselves as part of your organisation’s mission.
That’s why we’re bringing fundraisers from all over the world together for our May Data Slam 2021 virtual event, and just like the traditional poetry slams, our webinar will be loud, lively and jam-packed with fun sessions. The virtual conference will aim to help you get started, and do more, with data. Whether you’re a frontline fundraiser looking to learn more from what donors are telling us, or a tech-savvy all-things-data Excel jockey, we’ve got a session for you!
Take a look at our insight into the May Data Slam 2021 webinar below, including location, time, date and session highlights.
Our May Data Slam will take place on Thursday 13th May 2021 and starts 2pm BST (9am EST). The entire summit is being broadcast online and will be three hours long.
The event will be curated and hosted by Sam Laprade CFRE and T.Clay Buck CFRE.
Not sure why you should attend the May Data Slam? Well, if:
Then our Data Slam is definitely for you!
So, where do you keep your data? Join master trainer, Chad Barger, CFRE, for a look at the FREE ‘Ultimate Guide to Fundraising Databases’ online guide that he maintains. Chad will also spend a few minutes reviewing how to best evaluate a fundraising database in order to ensure that it will meet your needs.
You’ve got a precious asset (your nonprofit’s data) and you know that you need to keep it safe. But what does that mean? Safe from what, or whom? And why? And how? In this session, Helen Brown will provide a flyover of the legalities and due diligence requirements impacting fundraising and point you to solutions to keep your nonprofit’s donor data safe and compliant.
Donor journeys all begin with one thing; the first gift to your organization. This is the most important time for you to begin to build a strong, mutually beneficial relationship with them. And that means a new donor welcome series!
But many nonprofit teams feel stuck when it’s time to create these email messages; we’d rather do nothing than get it wrong. Join digital strategist Maureen Wallbeoff as she shows you exactly how to plan a simple, effective new donor welcome series in just 20 minutes.
89% of nonprofit professionals believe Artificial Intelligence can make their organization more efficient, yet almost 80% of nonprofits do not have access to this technology. In this session, come and learn the fundamentals of how you can wield AI as a powerful tool in your work as a fundraiser, everyday.
You’ll leave with a better understanding of how predictive analytics empower fundraisers and offer unprecedented opportunities to strengthen donor relationships. Your knowledge, combined with the power of Artificial Intelligence are going to change the way you fundraise.
The way we structure our world influences what we think is possible and what we allow to take shape. This is true in technology, in data, in fundraising, and social change work in general.
What does it look like when we release those structures? What is made possible in ourselves when who we are and what we do is not confined to a predetermined check box? Together, let’s envision the possibilities of a better world we can make tomorrow through the changes we make today.
We are swimming in data, but often bone dry on wisdom. Why is getting more out of data such a challenge? What does it take to embrace using data? Who are organisations that have become truly data driven? Have you heard about Digital Transformation? How could you not!
It has become the latest buzzword for CEOs, Board Members, and would-be change agents. But what are we really talking about and what are the implications for charities? Real digital transformation must use digital strategies, processes, and tools to do something that transforms the organization - not just improves current practice.
Join Steve MacLaughlin, vice president of product management at Blackbaud and best selling author of Data Driven Nonprofits to explore and demystify data in the social good sector.
Using gender pronouns and salutations can make or break an interaction with any donor, but especially trans and nonbinary donors. Don’t narrow your prospects by assuming donors feel most respected by traditional gendered titles. Improve your relationships and grow your base by embracing gender-inclusive data practices.
Are you marketing and fundraising teams siloed? This is fairly common and can often lead to data frustrations. CRM has the power to pool resources from each team whilst meeting your individual needs and remaining data secure. This talk will highlight key issues and provide tips on how to overcome them to achieve better data quality across your organisation. Working together will help you and your data be more impactful!
If you want to get involved, you can book your early bird place today, here. If you’re already a Fundraising Everywhere member then there’s no need to register! The event will be subtitled and recorded for you to watch back at any time for 30 days post-event.
Please let us know if you need additional accessibility support by contacting [email protected] before May 5th.
Although the coronavirus pandemic is still very much around, with the easing of lockdown restrictions continuing, and the vaccine rollout underway, things are starting to look hopeful for the fundraising industry.
There’s no denying that COVID-19 drastically changed the charity sector. Not only did it put a stop to many large in-person fundraising events, but it also saw the economy go into recession; something which has historically caused charity donations to drop off. However, the charity sector proved to be very versatile.
Websites and video conferencing platforms covered service delivery and in-person fundraising methods were replaced by online donations and virtual events. As a whole donor engagement became pretty much entirely digitised. And that looks set to continue for the foreseeable future. Research conducted by IBISWorld states that:
‘The industry is expected to recover from the sharp decline caused by the COVID-19 (coronavirus) outbreak, which forced the closures of charity shops and cancellation or postponement of fundraising events. However, revenue is expected to remain below that observed prior to the pandemic, and the return of large-scale fundraising events remains uncertain.’
Digital is set to be at the forefront of all the latest trends within the charity sector. If you’re interested in ways in which you can help your non-profit flourish in this post-pandemic world, we’ve put together a list of some of the latest industry trends that charities should be aware of.
Let’s dive in!
Social distancing meant that contactless payments went from an interesting spectacle to a necessity. Of course, many non profits had already made the switch to contactless before Covid-19 came along, but there’s no denying that the pandemic certainly cemented that shift.
Digital contactless payments replaced cash donations and were essential to many charities in maintaining their fundraising efforts. The latest industry data is showing that contactless payments will become even more important as we leave the pandemic behind.
If you have yet to implement a cashless way for supporters to donate, then the good news is that pretty much anyone can implement a contactless payment. You can set up any of the following digital payment methods with ease:
Social media became an essential tool for charities during the pandemic, and that reliance looks set to continue in the future.
Platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter and LinkedIn offer them an easy but effective way to promote their cause. They also give them the opportunity to communicate with supporters, reach new audiences and raise awareness about their service delivery. Even new platforms, such as TikTok and Clubhouse, are helping nonprofits spread their reach.
Live streaming will definitely continue to be a key fundraising device for many charity organisations. Social media and event platforms like Everywhere+ provide charities with the opportunity to do this, in one of the simplest ways.
TikTok’s growth doesn’t show any signs of slowing down, especially when it comes to its general importance for charities. The social media platform is constantly evolving, and it provides a brilliant opportunity for nonprofits to connect with younger audiences. If you haven’t already, get involved as soon as you can with TikTok.
The pandemic meant that charities had plenty of opportunity to host some interesting types of fundraising events, and one of the most surprising and popular has been gaming.
As we previously mentioned in one of our other blogs, video games are no longer limited to teenagers, and when used correctly, can be a great way to raise donations through live streaming. In fact, the connectivity it brings has made gaming an essential tool for fundraising in this socially distanced world.
Video game live streaming can bring many benefits to your charity, as not only does it encourage donations, but the collaboration with well-known online gamers can spread awareness of your organisation to their large audience.
The Make A Wish charity used gaming to set up a virtual fundraiser called ‘Game Stars.’ This virtual fundraising event saw online gamers and streamers host game shows on a stream, where they encouraged viewers to donate money to the charity’s cause.
The above industry trends look set to continue, even as social distancing measures ease. Nonprofits should take full advantage digital transformation, so that they can stay ahead of the curve in the future. If your charity or organisation is in need of assistance with this, Fundraising Everywhere is here to teach you the skills you actually need to raise more money for your nonprofit.
Through virtual conferences, monthly webinars and virtual support, we connect you directly to the proven methods, people, and new ideas that are guaranteed to help you raise more money. This means you can learn wherever you are, in your own time, and at an affordable price.
Whether you’re a solo fundraiser or a part of a national charity, it’s likely that you already know the importance of hosting fundraising events.
Not only are they a great way to raise money, but they can also spread awareness and attract future sponsors to your chosen cause. Unlike cold calling or sending mass emails to raise support and much needed funds, fundraising events are a much more efficient and personal method. But fundraising events aren’t limited to just in-person charity events. In fact, now more than ever, it’s important to get creative with your fundraisers.
The more unique your fundraising idea, the more likely it is that you’ll engage supporters. The best part? It doesn’t have to involve a lot of work either! The best fundraising ideas can be made with careful planning and lots of creativity. We’ve put together a list of our top ten unique fundraising activities that are sure to engage people to raise money for your nonprofit, whilst still having fun while doing it.
Let’s dive in!
Unfortunately, Covid-19 is still having an impact on the charity sector. The virus is still at large, making it impossible to go ahead with hosting most in-person fundraising events. However, there are lots of ways to fundraise when in-person events aren’t an option!
From virtual video game tournaments and online cookalongs, to mixology classes and remote fun runs, the possibilities are endless. You don’t need a huge budget; all you really need is a core message and a unique activity to attract attention!
Video games are no longer limited to teenagers playing Fifa or Minecraft in their bedrooms. Virtual gaming is a million pound industry that continues to gain in popularity with the innovation of online streaming platforms such as Twitch.
It only makes sense that nonprofits start using these platforms to their advantage. You can set up a virtual gaming tournament and ask supporters for donations to take part or place bets on the results, with all the winnings going towards your charity’s chosen cause.
Running or cycling challenges are not a new idea, but they’re a firm favourite that can raise a lot of money for your nonprofit. And just because big in-person fun runs or cycling races aren’t possible with Covid, it doesn’t mean that they can’t be done remotely!
These 5K races can be hosted virtually, all you need to do is to charge registration in the form of a donation. You then encourage the participants to complete the distance in their own time by themselves. The runners or cyclists can then share their time and route via apps like Strava.
This is an activity that pretty much anyone can take part in; from supporters to your fellow work colleagues. The idea behind eco fines is that when someone does something that isn’t considered eco-friendly, you give them a small fine which they must donate to your chosen cause at the end of the month. This can be anything from leaving a light or computer switched on, to printing unnecessary papers.
Some of the best fundraising activities involve food, and they’re popular with both fundraisers and attendees alike. Encourage people to channel their inner Gordon Ramsey or Nisha Katona with an online cooking class.
Your nonprofit can partner with a local restaurant or chef and charge admission donations to attend the livestream. You could even go one step further by including incentives for big donations by offering one on one time with the chef after the cooking class has finished.
Marathon events don’t have to be related to running! This type of fundraiser can be used for football, rugby, tennis, swimming, pool or any other sport or hobby that works for you.
Once everything is set up, you can livestream the entire marathon event virtually on your nonprofit’s website. You can raise funds by encouraging people to donate to spur your marathon efforts on. Think Joe Wicks’ 24-hour charity workout marathon for Children in Need.
Spinning is a form of indoor cycling that asks gym enthusiasts and cyclists alike to sweat for a good cause.
You can partner with a local spinning studio or gym and ask people to take part for a suggested donation. Local instructors can lead the spinning class through an energetic and fun workout to raise funds. You can even put on post-spin refreshments/food for an after-workout fundraising event.
By shifting your silent auction to a virtual event, it actually becomes even more accessible for more people. You can promote the auction prizes in an email campaign and on your social media platforms to engage potential attendees. You can then take advantage of the opportunity to ask for donations throughout the event too.
Virtual pet fundraising events are so successful because people love to show off their furry friends. These events can be great in getting people involved with your nonprofit online. Usually, all you need to do is to ask people to take a picture of their pet and post it to social media using a curated event hashtag.
Virtual pet events will help to drive engagement across your social media channels through user-generated content. The more people engaged on your social channels, the more likely they are to offer their support for future fundraising campaigns.
Hold a virtual mixology competition to see who can create the best cocktail in honour of your charity. Charge an entry fee that will go towards your fundraising target, and encourage people to take part by offering a lucrative prize for the winner. Users can submit their ideas and videos of their cocktail making skills via a social media hashtag. Make it more inclusive by adding an alcohol-free element!
If you’re looking for external support with planning your fundraising efforts, Fundraising Everywhere is here to help.
Through virtual conferences, monthly webinars and virtual support, we connect you directly to the proven methods, people, and new ideas that are guaranteed to help you raise more money. This means you can learn wherever you are, in your own time, and at an affordable price.
If you’re interested in finding out how we can support you, feel free to reach out. A member of our team will be happy to speak with you about your charity.
Reaching fundraising targets is vital to the success of any non-profit fundraising campaign. It’s the one daunting task that charities are faced with immediately.
With so much resting on donations from supporters, there is no avoiding fundraising. If your charity or organisation is desperately in need of some funds, or you’re short on time, then reaching your fundraising targets within three months can be a difficult task to achieve. Especially if your charity is new to the sector.
So, how can you do it? One of the best ways is to set out a clear fundraising plan, using a variety of trends, techniques and strategies. If you plan well ahead, fundraising won’t seem like as much of a chore, and it’s likely that you’ll fundraise the money you need to help your chosen cause.
We’ve put together a step by step guide on how to reach your targets in just three months, by using a successful fundraising strategy. By following our advice, you’ll soon be on your way to meeting your fundraising goals.
This might seem obvious, but setting a fundraising target that you can actually achieve in three months is one of the best ways to ensure success. You can set yourself up for failure if you set the bar too high.
Ambition is great, but sometimes supporters can get overwhelmed with unrealistic targets. For example, people are more likely to donate to a campaign that is trying to raise £1,000 for local food banks than £1 million to eliminate world hunger forever.
Social media is arguably one of the best ways to market a business or organisation, and the same goes for charities too. But being on social media isn’t enough to spread your nonprofit’s message and goal. Instead, try using a multi-channelled approach that harnesses a combination of website content, social media, TV, print, radio and email.
Branding and consistency is key; wherever potential supporters can interact with you, they should see the same message with the same campaign goal that will motivate them to get involved. Use social media, email campaigns and website blogs to create a wave of excitement around your fundraising campaign.
That doesn’t mean just putting out a single call to action on Twitter or sending one email campaign,do nothing else and wait for something to happen. You need to keep driving energy around your campaigns.
Try thinking outside the box when it comes to the length of your fundraising campaigns. By keeping your campaign’s timeline short, you’ll create a sense of urgency for donors. Your rallying cry for it should be dramatic - dare we say, somewhat over-the-top - so that your supporters know that the deadline to donate is looming.
Campaigns that last too long can quickly lose momentum. If your fundraising campaign is more than a month or two, people will either donate later down the line or forget, rather than contributing straight away. Try to keep it lasting no more than a couple of weeks to create a sense of urgency.
Streamlining the donation process for supporters is the best way to make sure you don’t ‘shoot yourself in the foot’ so to speak. Once you’ve convinced someone to help you reach your fundraising target, you then don’t want to make it hard for them to complete their donation.
Really, you should be able to set everything up online so that your nonprofit can receive donations in just a few clicks. In other words, you want to eliminate all friction from the process. Try implementing these ideas:
The best and most successful fundraising campaigns involve so much more than just asking people for money. You should be constantly engaging your supporters throughout your process.
Instead of a highly centralised campaign, why not enlist the help of your charity’s community to participate themselves? The energy and buzz you create around your organisation and subsequent campaign will spread when your supporters have a voice or key role in bringing your message to life. The added bonus? Engaged supporters are more likely to donate to a campaign they can get involved in.
There are all sorts of different fundraising methods and ideas out there, but something that can really boost support for your campaign is by being different. Don’t be afraid to think outside the box when it comes to getting people engaged in a cause. Create a project for people to rally around. One good example of this is the ‘Free Timmy’ campaign run by Invisible Children.
One of the charity’s employees, Timmy, volunteered to live inside a giant cage in the nonprofit’s office until Invisible Children reached its fundraising target. Donors could ‘buy’ Timmy certain survival tools such as food and blankets by donating to the campaign. This playful gimmick was a huge success, and the sense of a cooperative effort and urgency played a huge part in it.
If you’re looking for external support in reaching your fundraising targets then Fundraising Everywhere are here to help.
Through virtual conferences, monthly webinars and virtual support, we connect you directly to the proven methods, people, and new ideas that are guaranteed to help you raise more money.
This means you can learn wherever you are, in your own time, and at an affordable price. If you’re interested in finding out how we can support you, get in touch with us today.
The past year has been difficult for many. The outbreak of coronavirus in March 2020 threw the world upside down. Many industries struggled, including the charity sector, which saw thousands of in-person fundraising events cancelled or rescheduled. Arguably, there has never been a more important time for your fundraising strategy to be perfected.
That’s why, this month’s webinar is a joint venture between Fundraising Everywhere and 3rd Sector Mission Control, bringing you the first international conference dedicated solely to Fundraising Strategy. Whether you’re a sole fundraiser, a fundraising leader, working as part of a team, or a non-fundraiser looking to support your non-profit organisation, our Fundraising Strategy Virtual Summit is something you won’t want to miss.
Take a look at our insight into the summit below, including location, time, date and speaker highlights.
The Fundraising Strategy Virtual Summit is taking place on Thursday 18th March 2021 and starts at 12pm (GMT). The entire conference is being broadcast online and will be four hours long with two sessions running concurrently. There will be two streams for attendees to choose from:
Attendees will be able to ask questions to speakers live on the day. There will also be recordings available for thirty days to all attendees to watch in their own time.
The conference focuses on the theme of how you can build your fundraising strategy and how to implement it successfully. The sessions will feature practical advice you can apply to your fundraising strategy, case studies, and opinion pieces from fundraising experts across the globe.
The aim of our Fundraising Strategy Virtual Summit is to not only inspire you, but to give you the confidence and skills to shape and implement your charity’s fundraising strategy. During the day we will look at a range of topics, including:
Cherian Koshy is an internationally recognised expert in philanthropy and the nonprofit sector. He works with hundreds of non-profits each year to help them solve their most intractable problems. With over 20 years of experience, he is one of the most sought-after trainers and speakers in the non-profit sector. As a coach and consultant, he helps struggling non-profit leaders find strategies that give them back time and develop sustainable revenue.
Chloe is a fundraising strategy consultant with over 15 years of experience. She’s worked for WaterAid, Good Agency, and now, as a consultant, she gets to call charities like British Red Cross, FareShare, Teenage Cancer Trust and Barnardo’s her clients. Chloe specialises in individual giving, legacies, innovation and everything in-between.
Rhodri Davies is Head of Policy at Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) and also leads Giving Thought, CAF’s in-house think tank focussing on current and future issues affecting philanthropy and civil society. He has researched, written and presented on a wide range of topics: from charity taxation to the civil society applications of cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence.
With twelve years’ experience as a charity trustee, Zoe Amar is widely regarded as one of the charity sector’s leading digital experts. She founded digital agency and social enterprise Zoe Amar Digital in 2013, and her clients include Sense, Anglia Ruskin University and The School for Social Entrepreneurs. Zoe was also recently voted one of the 25 most influential charity leaders by Charity Times.
Maeve Strathy is a passionate and driven leader in fundraising and marketing. As Blakely’s Vice President, Client Relationships, Maeve is proud to lead a team of Strategists and Account Managers, working together to meet and exceed their clients’ fundraising goals. She is enthusiastic about coaching teammates to bring out their strengths and make the time they spend working fun and purposeful.
Wayne is founder of Humanity Squared, and his focus is on innovation, transformation and human-centred strategy. He has worked in the charity sector since last century; half charity side and half agency. He has held senior leadership roles for Amnesty International, Refugee Action and Prisoners abroad, where his focus was on step change, transformation and people power. His agency side roles have seen him work with over 100 charities and NGOs, all with the aim of connecting people to causes they believe in, and mobilising them to drive positive change.
If you’re interested in attending the conference, you can purchase a ticket online.
As a ‘thank you’ for buying your ticket, you will be able to enter into a draw to win a free day’s consultancy with Mandy Johnson from Sketchnotes UK and Richard Sved from 3rd Sector Mission Control, who will both help you hone your fundraising strategy.
There will also be bonus download sessions and resources included in your ticket.
We can’t wait to see you there.
2020 was a challenging year for the charity sector, but it also proved that it is resilient and versatile too. The coronavirus outbreak caused the economy to go into recession, something which has historically led to a decrease in charity donations in the past. But surprisingly, according to a recent study by Open, donations actually increased during the first national lockdown in the UK.
The rise of virtual fundraising events and other innovative solutions for charity organisations everyday operations meant that plenty of support and donations were still being made during the pandemic. With 2021 well underway, there’s no doubt that there’ll be plenty of new challenges for charities who are looking to navigate the ‘new normal.’ We’ve put together some of our predicted fundraising trends for 2021 that are set to define the charity sector.
The biggest impact that coronavirus had on the charity and fundraising sector was the cancellation of thousands of in-person events. In response, there was a drastic shift from in-person fundraisers to virtual ones. With Covid-19 continuing to impact the world in 2021, it’s no surprise that we predict that these virtual fundraising events will continue. This is because they allow charities to:
Hybrid events that combine small in-person events with virtual audiences will also continue to grow in 2021, as Covid restrictions are set to be in place until June at the earliest. Hybrid fundraisers are great at balancing both aspects of physical and online events. They allow organisations to comply with social distancing measures, as well as maintaining personal elements that are often missing for virtual events.
With the continued use of virtual meetings and events, it’s not surprising to predict that digital fundraising campaigns will also be popular in 2021. They’re simple and cost-efficient, something that most charities and nonprofit organisations are looking for as a result of the pandemic.
Crowdfunding, digital auctions, pledge drives and prize draws don’t require a lot of time and only a small amount of work involved. Even simply adding a donation button to a charity’s website can bring fundraising success with little effort. Online fundraising was increasingly adopted in 2020, and it’s set to continue to grow throughout this year too. For more ideas, read this post from QGiv.
2020 saw plenty of people go online and proactively engage donors in virtual social spaces. This year, charities and non profits will have to continue to look for support on the online platforms where audiences spend most of their time. They can do this by strengthening their presence on social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, LinkedIn, and Twitter, as well as creating a presence on up-and-coming social platforms like TikTok.
Live streaming is another exciting trend for 2021. By engaging your supporters through live video streams, you’re creating a new source of engagement and revenue for your charity organisation. You can also use it to show supporters the direct impact your charity has had with the simple click of a button.
Seeing these predicted trends, it’s no surprise that digital fundraising efforts will continue to grow online. If you want to get the most out of your virtual fundraising, we’re here to teach you the skills you actually need to raise more money for your charity.
Through virtual conferences, monthly webinars and virtual support, we connect you directly to the proven methods, people, and new ideas that are guaranteed to help you raise more money. This means you can learn wherever you are, in your own time, and at an affordable price. See how we can help you, today.