2020. A year of pivoting and pressing in. When we looked back at our top-performing blogs from 2020, it wasn’t surprising to see that many of them had to do with both the challenges and opportunities COVID-19 brought to our nonprofit community. And, many of the lessons and resources shared are still very much relevant in this new year! So, grab a cup of coffee, cozy up and check out our top blogs of 2020.
In the face of unemployment and economic turmoil, maybe you’re not in a position to financially support nonprofits the way you want to. We get it. Good news is there are many ways you can encourage our nonprofit community without having to invest financially. Check them out and maybe pick a few to try out in 2021!
Whether your nonprofit was looking for some additional support or you simply wanted to find ways to give back during COVID-19, our extensive resource list was your go-to spot. This gold mine of articles, blogs, toolkits and more can help you continue to persevere in the lingering pandemic as well as prepare for future crises.
Our Year of Encouragement came at just the right time! We had no idea what 2020 held in store when we decided our theme for the year would be encouragement. Any guesses on what this year’s focus is going to be?!
In May, the organization that puts together Giving Tuesday decided they wanted to show a little extra love to nonprofits gritting it out during the pandemic. Hence, Giving Tuesday Now was born. Though it’s uncertain whether or not it will happen again this year, these 10 tips and tricks are useful for any day of giving!
COVID-19 reminded us all of the importance of being agile. We were SO impressed with Trinity Academy, one of our clients, as they didn’t back down in the face of challenges but rose up and responded brilliantly. They are a perfect example of why a crisis communications plan should exist in every organization.
We look forward to another year of sharing thought leadership with all of you! If there is a particular nonprofit marketing topic you’d like us to explore in a blog, feel free to let us know about it here.