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How Can Peer-To-Peer Fundraising Change Your Organization’s Giving?

Many of your nonprofitā€™s most dedicated donors have an established presence online through social sites and personal blogs. With the increase of personal mobile devices users have the ability to spend the majority of their day online. Because of this,Ā e-giving Powered by NCS ServicesĀ has responded by creating an easily accessible online giving platform for your… Read more »

What Does It Mean To Be Mobile?

You have an active and spiritually-focused church. Not only are your day-to-day activities centered on spreading the word, but so are your fundraising endeavors. With a number of projects and church members to keep track of, it can be difficult for you, as the leader of your church, to stay on top of mass communications… Read more »

Why Use e-giving In Winter?

With winter comes the typical cold weather, snow and ice synonymous with the season. Though it takes more than a little cold weather to deter the members of your church from filling pews on Sunday mornings, when the weather turns sour it can mean more than just a few empty seats.

Teaching Millennials To Give To The Church

Millennials have gotten a tough break. Rumored to be apathetic and selfish by older generations, despiteĀ a wealth of studiesĀ that prove this to be false, millennials are often singled out as a demographic that are least likely to get involved. The desire to give and get involved is present for many millennials, however, often times the… Read more »

Increasing Generosity In Your Church

As an organization, your church relies on gifts from members to keep day-to-day operations running smoothly. Though it may be a volatile source of funds, there are certain steps a conscientious church can take to increase giving ā€“ without increasing the number of gift-based conversations between church leaders and church family members.

Planning Your Church Fundraiser

When it comes to fundraising, there is quite a bit of pressure on organizers to create inspiring results while using limited resources. For this reason alone, many church leadership team members can begin to dread what will happen when the time comes to put together a plan, and then put that plan into action.