If you want to engage more supporters, mobilize more advocates and volunteers, and raise more money than you are today, you need an integrated approach to fundraising.  The greatest challenge to most nonprofit fundraising operations is that each fundraising channel or program (direct mail, online, major gifts, marketing, etc.) operates separate from the others.  We call these silos.  And fundraising silos make it difficult for you to achieve significant revenue and new donor growth.

Check out these posts for tips and best practices for fundraising integration:

1. A solid website is the key to your integrated fundraising strategy

2. Maximizing Middle Donors

3. Mobile giving, the Red Cross and your nonprofit

4. Instinct vs. Insight

5. 15 Tips to Grow Your E-mail List

6. 18 Strategies to Maximize Year-End Giving

7. Social Media: Effective Fundraising Tool, or Nonprofit’s Sacred Cow?

8. 6 Tips to Improve Your Online Donor Experience (and Revenue)

9. What do Unicorns, Loch Ness and Big Foot have to do with your fundraising?

10. Fundraising Best Practice Series: Volume 2, E-mail Fundraising

11. Fundraising Best Practice Series: Volume 3, Online Donation Pages

12. Fundraising Best Practice Series: Volume 5, Social Media

13. Year-end digital fundraising tips from Roy Jones Reports

14. Direct Mail vs. Digital: The Battle Continues

15. 6 Steps to Integrated Fundraising for Small Charities


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