Let’s celebrate the end of the week with a round of Mixed Links…
Givelify just released a new white paper called “Nonprofit Fundraising: Removing Roadblocks and Meeting Goals with Mobile Technology.”
Aplos has started a funny new blog series on creative approaches to fundraising.
Did you miss September’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival? It was published earlier this week by Joanne Fritz. The topic was Social Media for Good Causes.
October’s Nonprofit Blog Carnival is hosted by Claire Axelrad. The theme is TRICKS or TREATS – How Do You Get and Sustain Major Gifts? and you can send your submissions now.
Gail Perry shares her Top 10 Year-End Fundraising Strategies for 2014.
A reminder to keep the “thank you” in thank you letters in The Bridesmaid Dress- A Thank You that Includes an ASK?!
Pam Grow’s latest edition of What’s in My Mailbox focuses on small shop storytelling.
Hubspot has a new free download – Visual Social Media Updates that includes 60 customizable image templates. No Photoshop skills required! You will need PowerPoint though.
The NonProfit Times answers the question, Is it worth it to go after small grants?
We’re having lots of fun with the #NPCommPix photo-a-day challenge that started on Wednesday. You can still join us!
Send me your favorite nonprofit marketing and fundraising posts! Just tweet the link using #MixedLinks (and if you have room mention @kristinaleroux), then I will see if it’s a good fit for #MixedLinks. (And give you full credit for the find, of course.)
October 22: Creating a 12-Month Community Engagement and Fundraising Plan, Part 2: Messages That Motivate (You must register for Part 1 in order to attend this webinar)
Have a great weekend,