There are several ways to manage major donors in Salesforce. Depending on the size of your development team and formal fundraising processes utilized, your organization may use one or many of these Salesforce tools.
Major donors and the strategies around managing these portfolios can be one of the trickiest beasts to tame. Let’s explore how you can match highlights of a strong major donor vision to leverage Salesforce and the Nonprofit Success Pack.
Finding volunteers is always a priority, and technology often helps fill the gaps in operational capacity when it comes time to recruit and retain engaged individuals who believe in your mission. The Nonprofit Success Pack can help you track and manage your volunteers.
Planned gifts, or legacy gifts, are something we often discuss with clients who use or are looking to use Salesforce to manage fundraising data and processes. Salesforce can be customized to meet the needs of any organization’s planned giving program.
Cloud for Good is delighted to release the results of the nonprofit fundraising survey in the Salesforce Fundraising Trends Report. Find out how other nonprofits are using Salesforce to raise more funds. Download your copy today.
As we approach the 5th Annual Higher Ed Summit in Austin, Texas, we thought it would be a great opportunity to share just a few of the reasons we can’t wait for April 27th to come around.
Cloud for Good will be exhibiting at the 54th Annual Association of Fundraising Professional’s International Fundraising Conference in San Francisco April 30 – May 2, 2017. Stop by and see us at booth 523.
Put donor engagement plans to work for your organization. Utilize Engagement Plans in the Nonprofit Success Pack to assist with your fundraising efforts.
Fundraisers and accountants have different views at times. Salesforce can help solve the seven most common complaints from accountants and we explain how in this post.
Engagement Plans have been added to the Nonprofit Success Pack (NPSP) and will provide an even more seamless experience in managing your moves to cultivate donors (or other constituents like volunteers or program participants).