The most overlooked corporate giving program is Dollars for Doers. Some companies offer corporate volunteer grants, also known as Dollars for Doers programs. These programs allow employees to volunteer for their favorite cause and the employer will match the volunteer
Boston is not just the home of top universities, rich history and winning sports teams, it is the home to many companies that offer generous matching gift programs. Learning more about these companies and their employee gift giving programs is
We are facing uncertain times. We are unsure of what the future holds with government funding for many nonprofits. Proposed budget cuts are likely to affect the arts, humanities and public broadcasting. Nonprofits that may be affected by proposed federal
Can donors find your website’s matching gift resources quickly and easily? Nothing frustrates potential donors more than having to click through your whole site in search of your donation page. They will quickly give up. And when they do, you’ve
When most fundraisers think of corporate giving programs, grants may be the first thing that comes to mind. But did you know that corporations offer a variety of programs to give back to communities where their employees live and work.
Most non-profits find HEPdata when they are looking to grow their matching gift program. The number one reason non-profits don’t commit to growing their matching gift revenue is time. HEPdata saves you time. We are the leader in matching gifts,
Over this past week, I had three friends solicit me for financial support to their favorite charity. This is called peer-to-peer fundraising and it can be incredibly effective in helping nonprofits raise more money and acquire new donors. Basically, existing
Every college graduate has received a call from their Alma Mater asking for donations. I received 3 calls from my Alma Mater this week. I finally picked up the phone and made a pledge – lesson one is persistence works.
Bad matching gift data is more than a nuisance — it can potentially damage your reputation and hit your bottom line too. Just ask John Smith (not his real name), the former director of matching gifts and workplace giving for