Mission Trip Fundraising for Travel to Uganda

posted on September 18, 2019

Photo courtesy of Danielle Jackson Photography So, this is a follow-up to a great mission trip fundraising story. Recently, we wrote an article about a favorite partner, Danielle Jackson. And, if you were to speak to Danielle, you would not only connect with an excellent photographer. But, you would talk to someone full of life […]

Therapy Dog Fundraising: A Girl’s Story

posted on September 4, 2019

We love sharing our partner stories with you. And, today we have the chance to share one about Emily. Emily seeks to make an impact on the world because she cares about her community. She’s also someone who understands that, yes, one person can make a difference. With the support of her family, Emily decided […]

Animal Rescue Raises Money In a Whole New Way

posted on August 21, 2019

Over three years, one small animal rescue raised nearly $4,000. And, it’s not involved asking anyone for money or to sell merchandise. What’s made it even better is that Dog Gone Rescue is in a rural area. So, it goes to show that location doesn’t matter. If you have a great cause, you can raise […]

Back to School: Clarke School for Hearing and Speech

posted on August 7, 2019

Back to school time can be lots of fun, but it can also be stressful. Not only is it a new routine for the kids, but parents know they’ll have demands on their time—and money. Each year, there are always new back to school outfits to get. Of course, it’s also essential to make sure that the kids […]

Nonprofit Executive Director: 3 Essential Activities

posted on July 24, 2019

Perhaps you’re looking at nonprofit executive director jobs for a new opportunity. The chances are you’ve seen some that may have caught your eye. Since the Great Recession of 2008, nonprofit growth has increased. There are a few reasons for the creation of new nonprofits. Even though many people think there are too many doing the same […]

Creative Fundraising Success: 7 Brilliant Tips

posted on July 10, 2019

Creative fundraising doesn’t have to be hard. But, we also know that many people who work in nonprofits love the mission. Still, fundraising can be a challenge. Because of new priorities from younger generations, and technology, fundraisers have more pressure. Nonprofits have to prove they’re making a difference. And, they’re also challenged to grow to […]

Birthing Center and Mission Trip Fundraising

posted on June 26, 2019

If you were to speak to Danielle Jackson, you would get to know one of the most energetic people we’ve met. We got to know her during her mission trip fundraising. In the past, Danielle was a social worker. And, as she said to us when telling her story, she’s “of people and family.” In […]

Professional Organizations for Teachers: Fundraising

posted on June 19, 2019

Professional organizations for teachers are always in need of fundraising dollars. And, one of our favorite partners is the New Bremen Teachers Association (NBTA) because they got everyone involved in a creative fundraiser! NBTA needed to raise critical funds for scholarships for seniors in need. So, by doing a shoe drive fundraiser, they were able […]

Adoption Fundraising: Two Sons From China

posted on May 22, 2019

Adoption fundraising can be an awesome adventure. One of our favorite stories of love comes from the Humphrey family. The Humphrey’s had two biological children, Jaxon and Ella. In 2015, they adopted Maxen who was born in China. But, this is not your usual adoption story, because the Humphrey’s biological children and also Maxen have […]

Fundraising Ideas: The Corporate Way

posted on May 8, 2019

Fundraising ideas are necessary for small community groups looking to raise money. As a result, these groups are in the frontlines. They’re trying to make a difference in their communities, but they need help. Are you a fundraiser who’s looking to be a genius with your boss or board of directors? If so, have you looked […]