2022 Recap: Articles That Will Help Your Nonprofit Raise More Money

2022 Recap of Top Articles

It’s time once again for a recap of the best articles about fundraising that we’ve published throughout 2022. We’re happy to share these with you and hope they help your organization raise more in 2023!

Fundraising Trends to Watch

In 2022, we saw a growing focus on donor retention. Donor satisfaction and experience are becoming increasingly important for nonprofits to focus on when raising money.

In 2023, keep an eye out for these trends:

Creating a Comprehensive Fundraising Plan for Your Nonprofit

A fundraising plan is a document that outlines the strategies you will use to raise money for your nonprofit. It should include a list of goals and timelines, along with specific strategies for achieving them and how much funding you expect each strategy to generate in revenue.

Critical Fundraising Metrics to Increase Donor Retention

If you feel like your nonprofit is falling behind in the fundraising game, it’s possible that you’re not measuring the right things. Take these metrics into consideration and make sure your organization is on track to increase donor retention and net more money.

Nonprofit Event Planning

A nonprofit event is one of the best ways to raise money. It can be a fun-filled, festive occasion where you educate attendees about your mission while they enjoy live music and beverages. Or maybe it’s a more serious fundraising gala that helps you raise thousands of dollars in one evening.

Regardless of your particular goals, planning an event takes time and energy—but it also brings great rewards! Here are some tips on how to plan an event that will help your nonprofit reach its fundraising goals:

Keys to a Successful Year-End Campaign

Your board members and staff can use these tips to help your nonprofit raise more money in the coming year.

Make this the year you grow your fundraising.

We hope these articles have inspired you to start thinking about your own fundraising goals this year. If we’ve learned anything from the past, it’s that nonprofits are stronger when they look to the future and plan for success!


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