Fundraising

Search Engines Help Nonprofits Raise Funds, Get Publicity

Search Engines Help Nonprofits Raise Funds, Get Publicity

How GoodSearch and Google Grants can benefit your organization

By: Brian Satterfield

 

August 11, 2006

Open-Source Tools for Fundraising

Ask TechSoup: Open-Source Tools for Fundraising?

Free, customizable donor databases and CRM applications

October 16, 2006

 

 

We know you have technology questions. TechSoup has answers. In our new Ask TechSoup series, our staffers and community members provide responses to your burning nonprofit technology questions.

Charity Badges: Turn Your Supporters into Fundraisers

Charity Badges: Turn Your Supporters into Fundraisers

Widgets offer an easy, free way to spread fundraising campaigns

By: Brian Satterfield

March 2, 2007

Get Other Nonprofits' Advice on Fiscal Agents (and More)

Get Other Nonprofits' Advice on Fiscal Agents (and More)

Capaciteria service lets nonprofits rate and review various online resources

By: TechSoup Staff

March 22, 2007

An Introduction to Grant Reports: Tips and Tools for Preparing Reports for Your Funders

Early Grant Reports (metropolitanlibrarysystem, Flickr)In this article, Brian Satterfield of TechSoup outlines the key ingredients of a grant report and gives 6 tips for writing effective grant reports. He also reviews several leading categories of report-writing software.

Show Me the Numbers: Can Group Fundraising Help You?

Show Me the Numbers: Can Group Fundraising Help You?

Learn how much money you can expect to earn from group fundraising campaigns

By: Peter Deitz

June 18, 2007

Help Writing a Winning Grant Proposal

Grant Proposal Writing - Collaboration (ALA staff, Flickr)The Summit Collaborative team describes 5 key considerations for writing a successful technology grant proposal: crafting the proposal, being specific about goals, avoiding buzzwords, funding appropriate technology, and calculating costs.

Grant Information

Grant Information

 

Christian community computer centers qualify for many grants from foundations and other grant-giving organizations. Because the focus of Christian community computer centers is on addressing the digital divide, they can apply for grants from most foundations and some government agencies, without any modification to program design or the Christian character of the organization. Some tips to help get you started include:

 

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