It’s that time of the year again—fundraising time! Many organizations do about half of their fundraising during this part of the year, so this is definitely something worth spending time on. As you’re working on your appeals, here are a few tips to keep in mind to raise as much money as you can.
For most advocacy organizations, the easiest way to build an email list is by running a popular petition campaign. Most of the time these are rapid response campaigns that involve jumping on the news or a hot topic.
Is your organization setup to take advantage of these kinds of opportunities? This post guides you through the process of developing a rapid response action plan.
If you work in the social change space, you’ve almost certainly heard of the Ladder of Engagement. This post walks you through the process of creating a Ladder of Engagement snapshot – essentially a report that shows where your supporters fall on the ladder right now.
I just wanted to write a quick post to let our loyal readers know that I’ll be on maternity leave starting tomorrow. While I’m caring for my own little activist-in-training, Liza Pike and Mary Rickles will be taking good care of this blog, so please keep reading!
Have you ever attended a totally inspiring and energizing training, webinar, or conference, only to return to “business as usual” once you get back to your desk? If so, you’re not alone!
This post features a few tips for getting the most out of trainings, conferences and webinars, using a learning-by-doing mentality.
Netroots Nation 2013 offered 38 incredible training sessions led by leaders in the field. If you weren’t able to attend the convention, don’t despair! Leading up to the event we interviewed 20 trainers about their sessions and captured nuggets of wisdom from each. This post includes links to all of the interviews.