These four projects are most likely to get your higher education donors involved

4 types of projects higher education donors love to give towards

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes Higher education donors can give for a variety of reasons, but research shows that there are some common types of projects that motivate them more than others. While your advancement team should focus on creating overall impact for your school, it ca... Read More »

Tips for reaching your school’s alumni on Facebook

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes We recently explored the social media channels you were most likely to find your school’s alumni on, and unsurprisingly, the answer was Facebook. In fact, 84% of those between the ages of 30-49 are active there. But Facebook users know that the websi... Read More »
Follow these tips for advancement donation page success

The keys to a high-performing advancement donation page

Estimated Reading Time: 5 minutes With the prominence of online giving today, the advancement donation page on your school’s website has become vital. But after all the work that goes into engaging and stewarding supporters, it’s important that your website has everything it takes to... Read More »

3 low-cost ways to reward your recurring donors

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes Nonprofits and higher education institutions know how valuable their recurring donors are. The reliable monthly revenue helps organizations take on bigger, more impactful projects. As such, recurring donors deserve a ton of gratitude. As with any sup... Read More »
Learn about Causeview's update for Salesforce Lightning and more.

An update for Salesforce Lightning and more in the next Causeview release

Estimated Reading Time: 2 minutes Our next Causeview Fundraising release includes an updated look and feel for Salesforce Lightning, as well as new Matching Gift functionality. Coming August 9th, we're upgrading Causeview Fundraising to include a host of new and improved features for... Read More »
Tips to help small and mid-sized nonprofits compete for donations

How can small to mid-sized nonprofits compete with larger ones for donations?

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes Every nonprofit works diligently to generate support and donations from the public, but small and mid-sized nonprofits face an additional challenge. Not only must they convince the public that their cause is worthy, they also have to compete with lar... Read More »
Read on for tips of launching a successful matching gifts program

The ins-and-outs of launching matching gifts program

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes A matching gifts program can be a big hit for nonprofits and higher education institutions. If you’re not familiar with them, these typically involve a corporate sponsor offering to donate the same amount as your contributors do during a given timefr... Read More »
Proven CRM tactics to drive alumni volunteering

Leveraging your advancement CRM to drive alumni volunteering

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes Higher education institutions are lucky to have students on site to support their initiatives, but there are many reasons why alumni volunteering is still required. Alumni are, by nature, a bit older and experienced, so they can bring skills to the t... Read More »
Recurring gifts are always appreciated, even if they come with a few challenges

4 challenges for managing recurring gifts – and how to overcome them

Estimated Reading Time: 4 minutes Many nonprofits and higher education institutions list recurring gifts among their highest priorities. Whether they are monthly or another interval, the reliable support helps organizations take on bigger, more impactful projects. However, you should... Read More »
These donation follow-up emails can make a huge difference

4 donation follow-up emails you should be sending

Estimated Reading Time: 3 minutes Individual donations are vital to any nonprofit or higher education institution’s success. But fundraising and advancement professionals know that their work isn’t done after a gift is made. In fact, the opportunity may only be beginning. Luckily, wi... Read More »