Six Tools to Help Your Nonprofit Have a Great #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday is Tuesday, November 28 this year. Created in 2012 as a day that “encourages people to do good”, it is now a global movement that has inspired millions of people for over ten years, encouraging intentional giving and generosity.

An awe inspiring $3.1B was given in 2022, a 15% increase over 2021 (and over 6,000 trees were planted). For more statistics, read the 2022 #GivingTuesday Impact Report.

Nonprofits of all sizes can participate in this day of giving. Yes, planning is a little more elaborate and expectations a bit higher nowadays, but don’t let that scare you off.

Whether you are a pro at #GivingTuesday or a first timer, here are some great resources to help you get started planning (hint: that time is now).

1. Learn more about #GivingTuesday

The website is a great resource for collaboration, ideas and how to motivate radical generosity in your community. Check out The Complete Guide to GivingTuesday for Nonprofits.

2. Donorbox Complete Giving Tuesday Guide

Find everything from how to create a logo and a graphic image for your GivingTuesday campaign to event ideas to the ultimate GivingTuesday workbook all in one place.

3. Funraise promises something new with AI

Their fundraising tool kit includes new AI prompts and templates for standout communications. Check it out!

4. Bloomerang offers up expert tips and ideas to try

Bloomerang is all about raising and tracking funds, so it’s a good place to start. They dive into the top GivingTuesday tips, tricks, trends, and ideas compiled through their research and experience in the field. Get 10 expert tips and more than 20 campaign ideas.

5. DonorPerfect offers free resources including scheduling and templates

DonorPerfect has built a toolkit to show you step by step exactly how to set and accomplish your goals. They’ve curated their best GivingTuesday content, complete with best practices, free resources, timelines, templates, ideas, and more.

6. Who doesn’t need help with email subject lines?

To help you get started, Nonprofit Fundraising has put together a list of 118 real subject lines for GivingTuesday emails. These subject lines come from a variety of nonprofit organizations, and they cover a wide range of giving topics. Whether you are looking for ideas for your first GivingTuesday email or need help sprucing up your messaging, their list is sure to have something for you.

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