Take a look at the most popular content for nonprofits from GlobalGiving’s Learn Library. These are the tips, tools, and resources that your peers viewed the most in 2017.
The nonprofits on this list proved their commitment to impact and learning in 2017 by earning the highest quantity of effectiveness points through GG Rewards, GlobalGiving’s system for incentivizing nonprofits to listen to the people they serve, act on what they hear, learn from their actions, and repeat the process. Check out the list and learn from the noteworthy winners.
Our most-read guide on Learn breaks crowdfunding into simple steps that work for nonprofits of all sizes, all over the world. This was a go-to resource for thousands of crowdfunders in 2017. Read more.
This time-saving spreadsheet takes the mystery out of nonprofit accounting. Read more.
You turned to this free resource to learn how to write with the press in mind and promote your earth-changing work in news outlets around the world. Read more.
GlobalGiving has boiled down 15 years of crowdfunding into a simple-to-use checklist. It’s a quick way to master the basics of launching a crowdfunding campaign. Read more.
Our team identified seven steps to crowdfunding success, from picking the right platform to telling a story through pictures and words. If you haven’t read this list, you’re missing out! Read more.
Who hasn’t struggled to write an email that motivates donors? Our sample email campaign, assembled in a single Word document, is easy to customize to meet your fundraising goals. Read more.
This worksheet is the perfect tool to help your fundraising team set goals that are specific, measurable, achievable, realistic, and time-bound. Read more.
Venkat at Isha Education wanted to find out what motivated his team members to enter the nonprofit world and stay committed to their work at Isha Education. His Listen, Act, Learn. Repeat. story earned the No. 1 spot on our “Top 10 Nonprofits Committed to Impact” list. Read more.
The people behind the 16,000+ projects on GlobalGiving are striving to make the world a better place, often with very limited resources and all-volunteer staff. This two-year nonprofit financial statement gave many of you a bird’s-eye view of your financial health (and didn’t require an accountant to translate). Read more.
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