COVID 19 Awareness Kit

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IT’S NOT JUST FOR COVID-19… IT’S FOR EVERY FUTURE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN.

Nonprofit Jenni’s COVID-19 Awareness Kit doesn’t just provide resources for your community during the pandemic. It also helps your team understand what your board, donors, volunteers, and other supporters need from you during every future awareness campaign—including fundraisers!

Today, use this kit to spread awareness about the risks, prevention, and virtual resources for coping with the coronavirus. Tomorrow, use this kit to spread awareness about your programs, your upcoming fundraising initiative, and everything else.

THIS AWARENESS KIT INCLUDES:

  • A flyer, infographic, and image album you can use in social media posts, emails, and more
  • Instructions on how to add your logo in the blank space next to the “Nonprofit Jenni” logo
  • Sample copy (written text) to use in social media posts, emails, and more
  • Additional recommendations in case you need a little extra support with your communications

Public Relations Contact Log Template

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ORGANIZE YOUR PUBLIC RELATIONS (PR) EFFORTS.

When you lead a small or medium-sized nonprofit, you’ll always wear many hats. This makes it hard to keep track of all your communications—especially with PR!

Nonprofit Jenni’s PR Contact Log template helps you:

  • Store vital information about each PR outlet in your community
  • Learn what to research about each PR outlet before pitching a story
  • Save time by focusing and tracking your outreach efforts
  • View examples of PR Contact Log entries so you know where to start

Cheat Sheet: Social Media

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ORGANIZE AND PRIORITIZE YOUR SOCIAL MEDIA EFFORTS.

It’s easy to get lost down all the rabbit holes of social media… And your nonprofit just doesn’t have time for that.

Nonprofit Jenni’s Social Media Cheat Sheet helps you:

  • Set goals for your social media performance
  • Prioritize which platforms to join
  • Know how frequently to post on each platform
  • Understand hashtag and tagging etiquette on each platform
  • Learn which types of content work best for each platform

GUIDE: SILENT AND ONLINE AUCTIONS

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THINK YOU’RE READY FOR YOUR UPCOMING SILENT AUCTION?

Silent auctions are great, but they can be a huge time suck if you don’t go in with a realistic strategy. Stop wasting your staff’s time researching, requesting, and driving around town to pick up random silent auction items that earn minimal funds for your nonprofit!

Nonprofit Jenni’s guide on Silent Auction best practices will teach you when and how to host a successful silent auction. PLUS, receive a bonus gift with this guide: Jenni’s list of over 140 companies that donate silent auction items and instructions on how to request donations.

THIS GUIDE INCLUDES:

  • Time-saving tips for planning a silent auction
  • A checklist of what to have on hand when requesting donations
  • Best practices for earning more revenue with your next silent auction
  • Advice on where to get item donations
  • FREE BONUS GIFT: Jenni’s list of over 140 companies that donate their products to silent auctions, and how each prefers to receive donation requests

MINI-COURSE: WEBSITE MARKETING

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WHEN PEOPLE SEARCH ONLINE FOR THINGS LIKE…

  • Volunteer opportunities near me
  • Upcoming nonprofit events
  • Local food banks/pet shelters/health clinics/etc

… Will your nonprofit’s website show up on the first page of search results?

Nonprofit Jenni’s mini-course on website marketing and SEO best practices will teach you to improve your nonprofit website’s ranking so Google, Bing, and other search engines can help new supporters find your organization.

THIS MINI-COURSE INCLUDES:

  • Key terms and phrases you should know as you build or update your website
  • Examples and exercises to help you find the best keywords to include on your website
  • Tips for figuring out what information to include on your website
  • Best practices for organizing your website
  • An SEO checklist to make sure you have the essentials covered

Awareness Kit: Racial Justice

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IT’S NOT JUST FOR RACIAL INJUSTICE… IT’S FOR EVERY FUTURE AWARENESS CAMPAIGN.

This Awareness Kit equips your organize to inspire action to end systemic racism and police brutality in your community. But Nonprofit Jenni’s Racial Injustice Awareness Kit doesn’t just provide resources for one specific issue; it also helps your team understand what your board, donors, volunteers, and other supporters need from you during every future awareness campaign—including fundraisers!

Today, use this kit to spread awareness about systemic racism and evidence-based solutions. Tomorrow, use this kit to spread awareness about your programs, your upcoming fundraising initiative, and everything else.

THIS AWARENESS KIT INCLUDES:

  • Three editable templates for awareness flyers, social media posts, and more
  • Instructions for how to edit these resources to fit your nonprofit’s brand (including colors, text, and more)
  • Sample copy (written text) to use in social media posts, emails, and more
  • Additional recommendations in case you need a little extra support with your communications

Are You Increasing the Zeal of Your Donors?

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Do your donors bring you more qualified donor prospects?

Are they raving fans of your nonprofit?

Before there was Facebook or Twitter, there was “Creating Donor Evangelists”!

Learn how…by turning your fundraising effort on its head!

Fundraising isn’t getting easier. And fundraising letters are losing effectiveness. Donors are feeling caught between the combination of a recession and the rising cost of energy. And, donors are more distracted than ever with things like the ever increasing choices of TV channels, Tivo, social media, Twitter, Facebook…the list could go on. Traditional fundraising tools like direct mail are losing their effectiveness.

If we want our nonprofits to survive—and even thrive—we need to help our donors become “evangelists” for our programs. It’s always been more cost effective to retain donors than it is to attract new donors to our cause. Plus, these retained donors are more likely to talk about us to their friends.

Articles to Help You Learn How to Ask for Money

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Here are some free fundraising articles that will inspire you to raise money for your nonprofit! (And even take care of your health!)Be sure to also check out the hundreds of articles on Marc’s Ask Without Fear! Blog.

  • 21 Ways for Board Members to Engage with Their Nonprofit’s Fundraising
  • 11 Experts on How To Get New Donors
  • 3 practical ways strategies for a successful fiscal year-end
  • A case for Twitter, Facebook, & social media for nonprofit fundraisers
  • A Fresh Look at Alumni Relations
  • Are You Paying Taxes on Your Charitable Giving?
  • Bananas & Websites: keeping your web visitors focused
  • Changing Careers Without Facing Felony Charges
  • Choosing a Charity
  • Conducting a Successful Job Search
  • Corporate Philanthropy in a Recession
  • Do It Yourself Fundraising: How to Ask for Money
  • Fundraising in the Bible: Funding your ministry doesn’t mean losing your soul
  • How Nonprofit Board Members and Donors Can Fundraise from an Exercise Bike
  • How to Fundraise for Your Next Walkathon
  • Recession-proof Fundraising
  • Soundtrack for the Alumni Director’s First Year
  • The 15’s: Fitness for the rest of us
  • The Fundraising House Party
  • The Rule of Threes for Non-profits
  • Twitter for Nonprofits and Fundraising


Do It Yourself Fundraising: How to Ask for Money

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I often get asked by board members of start-up nonprofits how to ask for money. The panic of making budget seems to make raising money impossible without knowing someone rich and famous like Bill Gates or Warren Buffet.

But fundraising isn’t impossible. It can actually be an incredibly exciting adventure. Here is a simple plan on how to do fundraising I recommend to my clients. It can get you off to a good start and keep being used for years to come. To keep it easy, I implore them to “Get R.E.A.L.”

The basic model I use for asking for money is the acronym R.E.A.L.: Research, Engage, Ask, and Love.