CrowdRise Blog

Decent Humans: Caryn Henning at MDRT Foundation

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Decent Humans: Dani McArthur at BvB Dallas

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Decent Humans: Michael Hund at EB Research Partnership

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Decent Humans

Decent Humans: Ben Kaplan at American Cancer Society

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Decent Humans: Lauren Panasewicz at Range of Motion Project

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Small wins: How to crush your next peer-to-peer campaign

Some things in life can seem daunting and overwhelming. Like building a house, losing 40 pounds, getting out of debt, or even cleaning up after dinner...

Decent Humans: Colby Marple at The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS)

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Social Marketing

4 technology tools worth the investment for nonprofits

Investment as it relates to growth is a major topic right now in the nonprofit space and, as we dug into last month, one of the key ways you can actua...

Data Fundraising

The least scary blog about nonprofit data you’ll ever read

The D word. D-A-T-A. It’s that topic that’s at the top of everyone’s list these days but, let’s be honest, it can be a little bit intimidating.

Decent Humans

Decent Humans: Ellen McElligott at the Pat Tillman Foundation

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Marketing Decent Humans

Decent Humans: Laura Glaza at The Allstate Foundation

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Marketing Decent Humans

Decent Humans: Chilton at Epilepsy Foundation of Metropolitan New York

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Marketing Decent Humans

5 things you hear when you tell someone you work for a nonprofit

You’re at a party. You’re mingling. People still mingle, right? You’re probably eating some cheese or maybe a nice pinwheel of sorts. You’re talking t...

Marketing Decent Humans

Decent Humans: Nicholas at Fleece & Thank You

Decent Humans is what we call the incredible community we witness on CrowdRise each and every day doing amazing things for good. And each month, we’re...

Fundraising Marketing

Your top 11 social fundraising questions answered

We recently hosted a webinar about how social fundraising is changing the way charities think about social media. During the webinar, there were so ma...

Fundraising Product

The most powerful features for your holiday campaign

With the holidays right around the corner, is your organization set up to have your most successful holiday giving campaign ever? As a result of Crowd...

Marketing

5 ways to crush your next charity event

At CrowdRise, we know charity events take a lot of time, resources, and energy. That’s why we created an awesome activity book thing with some ideas f...

Fundraising

The evolution of social fundraising

Social fundraising. The idea that your supporters want to engage with your cause, make it their own, and show the world how they care and give back......

Marketing

5 charity tees I'd actually wear

 It was a few years back when I first saw it. Someone on the street wearing a Club Sandwiches Not Seals hoodie. In those two seconds it took me to rea...