Big Nonprofit Ideas for the Other 95%
[EPISODE] KPIs and Fundraging
Our panel from the Nonprofit Technology Conference (18NTC), shares its wisdom and insight on using key performance indicators to build consensus around goals and measures for your nonprofit. They’re Anna Rhodes and Brenna Holmes fromChapman, Cubine & Hussey.
Is your org positioned to accept help from supporters who are pissed off and want to channel their anger to something constructive, like raising money for you? Amy Sample Ward, our social media contributor and CEO of Nonprofit Technology Network (NTEN), explains what’s going on and how you can take advantage.
Tony Martignetti interviews special guests Anna Rhodes and Brenna Holmes from Chapman,Cubine & Hussey. Discussing organizational buy-in and data overload. Brenna talks about building smart goals and what they like to do to hone in. Digital metrics can be so different than offline.
Tony discusses which model or software should you purchase for your KPI and having the ability to demand vendors adjust to your needs. It’s having open communication and negotiating with your vendors. Everything is negotiable. Discussing the many software products for KPI.
Tony talks with Amy Sample Ward about Fundraging which means peer to peer fundraising in response to things in the news and happening in their communities. It is driven by people reacting to what is going on in the news, which is occurring more often now in our political climate.
Tony and Amy discuss more about marketing strategies pertaining to Fundraging and offering support. Amy talks about the nuance that comes with the different practices the way you recognize those campaigns and donors. Amy talks about finding ways to not losing contact with the Fundraging community and allowing them to take the lead when thanking their donors. In closing Tony and Amy talk about the ways that organizations are using the news and finding ways to say how they feel about issues and does the community stand with you. Even if your community is not starting fundraising for you Amy says you can still be an example to your community.