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Nonprofit Resource List

Many nonprofits are challenged during this pandemic on how to grow their reach and impact, where to find their donors, what grants to apply for to say the least, which is why we’ve compiled this list of resources to share with anyone struggling to find information. 

What the list entails

  • Funding sources
  • Learning resources
  • Inspiring campaign ideas 

1. Funding Sources

Connect Funders & Investors, get help with free stuff, talent search & exposure and grow your startup in a global community with F6S.  It’s a good place to start. You’ll find so many resources and connect with  people in your field. 

Funding Opportunities  is  another common platform that provides access to small grants, fellowships, proposal applications, partnerships, scholarships and awards for nonprofits all over the world. Scroll through their website- I bet you’ll find it very useful. 

For potential grants, here are some global funding opportunities NGOs around the world can apply for.

2. Learning Resources

Gear up for a fundraising season the right way with these 50 free nonprofit webinars for September 2020. Keep in the know of what’s changed in light of the pandemic and learn from experts on topics like campaign fundraising, year-end appeals, direct mail, volunteer management, marketing, leadership and much more.

I know many organisations have reached out to communities in which they exist and serve to provide food and supplies to the vulnerable but there are better and more sustainable ways you could serve. Read up on some of the best practices on food banks fundraising during COVID19. 

3. Inspiring Campaign Ideas

Soap Box Engage created a list of20 creative ways to virtually fundraise for campaigns now that around the world, public gatherings are still banned due to COVID19. For example, take a look at this brilliant virtual campaign by Cancer Research UK called ‘A Very 2020 Race for Life’

Participants can take part by themselves or in small socially distanced groups in their local parks and neighbourhoods, but with the collective feeling that thousands of other people are taking part around the UK. 

Discover more innovative and successful campaigns for COVID19 Fundraising Challenges. 

Final tip: As you might already know, LinkedIn is a good social platform to discover and connect with real people who can help put you up on volunteer platforms, partnerships and even attract first time donors. 

Make sure your organisation has an account that keeps your audience updated on the activities and impact stories. 

If you wish to connect with a donor prospect or partner who doesn’t know you, make sure to introduce yourself in a professional manner and mention why you’d love to connect with them. 

We love building the brands we partner with besides the projects we collaborate on. We hope you find the list useful. Let us know in the comments below how it all pans out! 

Tess Hazel

Tess Hazel is the copywriter at era92 Creative. She loves to read novels and runs a personal blog about poetry and creative nonfiction short stories.

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USA Office

9385 12th Ave Sw seattle, wa 98106
+1(213) 674-9869
info@era92.com

UK Office

12 Mill Square Portstewart BT55 7TB Northern Ireland
+44 7956 989809‬

Uganda Office

Lungujja, Kampala along Kalema Road
+256 784 239 786‬
info@era92.com
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