Millennials

#profundraisingtips from Darron Meares - Generational Differences at Fundraising Events

Generational Differences in Fundraising (Video and Transcript)

Are there generational differences in fundraising? And if so, what are there different ways to reach out to each generation? Discussing the opportunities to engage with younger generations, the older generation, and the generation in the middle of it all in a way that makes sense to them. This session was originally presented by Darron Meares… Read More »


How to Make Your Cause Irresistible to Millennials

Millennials use social media like they use air—it’s an integral part of their lives. But many of them are starting to get frustrated with how much time it takes up and the lack of meaningful conversations they find there. You have a worthwhile cause. You can help fill the gap. Millennials are innovators and collaborators…. Read More »




Guest Post: 4 Simple Strategies to Keep Fundraising Events Fresh

Donor retention is an essential part of nonprofit fundraising. Unfortunately, keeping donors interested and supporting a mission is also one of the biggest challenges nonprofits face. If you’re losing donors year after year, or are affected by the dreaded “donor fatigue”, it might have something to do with your fundraising events. Are you hosting new, exciting fundraising… Read More »


Auction Trends in the Digital Age

The Top 5 Auction Trends in the Digital Age

While many fundraising techniques have stood the test of time, today’s digital technologies are opening up a whole new set of opportunities for non-profits. By embracing these new tools, you’ll be able to engage your supporters in new ways and increase your revenue. Our new guide, “The Top 5 Auction Trends in the Digital Age”,… Read More »


Guest Post: 4 Quick Tips for Attracting Younger Donors

Donors are motivated in different ways. This is an important fact to keep in mind when trying to acquire new, younger donors. While certain tactics may have proven effective for your current donor base, the same strategies aren’t always successful for Nonprofits who want to reach Millennials in their 20s and 30s. Younger generations are just as willing to contribute to a… Read More »