Improve Your NonProfit’s Website….Now!

August 13th, 2014

web confusedWas reminded this week of how often not-for-profit websites miss the opportunity to inform, invite, excite and even IGNITE giving on-line. Continue reading »

4 Deciding Factors for Electronic Donor Recognition Displays

January 21st, 2014

 

Integrated Touchscreen within a Recognition Communication Plan.

Integrated Touchscreen within a Recognition Communication Plan.

Donor Recognition and electronics. Should they be used in lieu of traditional displays? Are they cheaper, especially over time? Consider 4 factors as you plan. Continue reading »

Promoting Donor Recognition of a Different Sort

December 17th, 2013

Emory TC Full ViewThis is a customly-designed donor wall we provided Emory University’s Transplant Center years ago to commemorate those folks who have received organ transplants there.

In our work, we often speak of recognizing and honoring those who give of their time, treasures and talent. Well, this architecturally-integrated display celebrates a most unique gift…a real treasure to both the giver and recipient.

A tip of the hat to this client!

I was so pleased to see how the Transplant Center used the display as a year-end promotional tool in their recent blog.  It’s a wonderful technique available to organizations to renew interest in their giving programs (no matter what “treasure” is being given). It’s just not used often enough in social media.

Written by Robin E. Williams

Philanthropy Branding and Donor Recognition: Tips on Linking the Two

November 19th, 2013

Cattle brand  Donor Recognition is the most under-utilized brand communicator that non profit organizations have at their “fingertips”.   Recognition exists within facilities, across campuses and online. It is perhaps the only 24/7/365 messaging system that the non profit can use to communicate its brand. Continue reading »

ADRP Conference and Providence, RI

October 3rd, 2013
Waterfire, Providence

Waterfire, Providence

ADRP Conference chose Providence this year for the annual meeting of Donor Relations Professionals. Both the conference program and the city of Providence exceeded my expectations. Continue reading »