About the Mental Health Foundation – since 1949, the Mental Health Foundation has been the UK’s leading charity for everyone’s mental health.
Anyone who supports your cause with a donation or fundraises for you, through Facebook, is a star!
But some stars shine more brightly than others.
We like to say that there are two different types of donors: those who donate directly to the nonprofit via the Donate button (we call these “direct” donors) and those who sponsor a friend via a fundraiser (we call these “sponsor” donors). In this blog post we are talking about whether or not we should contact (thank) sponsor donors. Read more
Earlier in the year, I presented on how to leverage the power of Facebook’s Giving Tools for Fundraising Online, a global virtual conference run by the Resource Alliance. In this post, I share the five steps I talked about, which you can action right now to make the most of Facebook fundraisers for your nonprofit. Read more
We have a whole bunch of blogs on how to recruit more fundraisers as well as best practices for thanking them. What we haven’t shared yet, up until now, is how you can raise more valuable income from the wonderful Facebook fundraisers you already have. Ready? Let’s go. Read more
Facebook announced that since their Giving Tools launched in 2015, $2 billion has been raised for good causes around the world.
We’re big fans of thanking Facebook fundraisers. After all, they’ve taken on a challenge or donated their birthday so it’s only right and proper to thank them.
If you’re not an Excel wizard, we know that trying to make sense of your Facebook Fundraising transaction reports can be hard.
That’s why we built GivePanel.
We’ve had a VERY busy few months here at GivePanel. Listening to feedback from our Beta partners and working hard on refining and improving the platform.
For many of our GivePanel customers, Birthday fundraisers are generating over 90% of their income from Facebook.
So an obvious question to ask from the get-go is:
“How do I get more people to set up a Birthday Fundraiser for us?”
Sands is the stillbirth and neonatal death charity. They operate throughout the UK and support anyone who has been affected by
the death of a baby, working to improve the care bereaved parents receive.