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  • Before and After - Elevation
    Foundation Before Get a Quote After Community Education Alliance Before Get a Quote After The Root 66 Garden Before Get a Quote After GLBT Network Before Get a Quote After South Cobb Arts Alliance Before Get a Quote After Transparenting Families First Before Get a Quote After Syrian Sunrise Foundation Before Get a Quote After Our Family Coaltion Before Get a Quote After Inwood Academy Before Get a Quote After

    Original URL path: http://www.elevationweb.org/before-and-after/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Blog - Elevation
    along with them that people believe to the day Some of these myths come from firm beliefs others from simple misunderstandings Today I am here to present 3 of the most pertinent Read More November 30 2015 by Hillary Skeffington 3 Ways to Promote Matching Gifts on Your Website Editor s Note This week s blog post is brought to you by Double the Donation s founder Adam Weinger Double the Donation helps nonprofit organizations and schools increase fundraising from corporate matching gift and employee volunteer grant programs Many companies offer matching gift programs to give their corporate philanthropy initiatives a boost Employees benefit by having their donations doubled Read More November 23 2015 by Hillary Skeffington 20 Effective Nonprofit Mission Statements Mission statements can be very hit or miss in the nonprofit industry Nonprofits alike tend to clutter a seemingly simple way of stating the purpose of their organization with too many words or overly complicated jargon In short nonprofit mission statements should be clear concise and memorable Some may even add inspiring to this list of descriptors Read More November 9 2015 by Hillary Skeffington 7 Must Have Productivity Applications for GivingTuesday It s that time of year again Year end fundraising campaigns are in full swing and Giving Tuesday is right around the corner These last few months have proven to be the most crucial for nonprofits in terms of fundraising as donations revenues soar to unprecedented amounts in this last year end push This past year proved that these Read More October 26 2015 by Hillary Skeffington 4 Ways to Optimize Your Nonprofit Website for Year End Fundraising Around this time of year nonprofits are in full swing for year end fundraising With nearly 50 of all fundraising coming from the last 3 months of the

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  • Get a Quote - Elevation
    email or phone call from one of our Account Managers A comprehensive cost estimate for your project Ideas and strategies on how you can improve your nonprofit s website Get a Quote Contact Us 1 for 1 Match About Us Why Elevation Our Process Our Team Testimonials Our Solutions Nonprofit Website Design Graphic Design Ongoing Support Search Marketing Copywriting Email Outreach Our Work Before After Portfolio More Info Blog Nonprofit

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  • 4 Refreshing Ways to Update Donor Thank Yous - Elevation
    subscribe to a newsletter to show them how their money is being used Use this as an opportunity to show donors that the donated money is being used to accomplish your nonprofit s goals 2 Don t wait to say thank you It s always better to say it sooner rather than later If you have time you should send one out at least 2 days to one week after the donation is made Sending a timely thanks reinforces the donation and lets the donor know that his decision is appreciated 3 Make it captivating When writing your thank you notes leave the mundane boring words of appreciation behind Be excited when you write Show that you genuinely mean your thankfulness Show your enthusiasm so that your donor can see it as well The goal is to make them feel something and make them continue to care and support your organization 4 Don t use the thank you to ask for money Keep in mind that the thank you that you are sending donors is just that a thank you This is not the time or the place to ask for another donation Make the note about your donors not about you as an organization Focus on donor retention rather than another donation If you focus on making the donor feel appreciated of course they will donate again Conclusion When you thank your donors the right way it will always pay off They will be more likely to donate again especially with your words of gratitude Thank you letters are not only the first steps in building a relationship with your donor but also in building donor retention You can never show how thankful you are Hopefully these few tips with give you some insight into updating thank you letters

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  • 4 Useful Tips for Great Nonprofit Staff Bios - Elevation
    a job title It can t be boring or mundane Most people think the best way to write a great bio is to impress donors bosses and sometimes even themselves Don t aim to impress Aim to be as real and as honest as you can be 2 Be picture ready What is a bio with out a picture A picture is important when it comes to staff bios The photo makes the initial connection and it makes their profiles more personable Those few sentences on the screen can sometimes have little to no impact on your organization s audience until they can put an actual face with it People like people For some nonprofits it s best not to have pictures of staff members due to their organization s cause but if you can have a staff picture go for it People also like pictures so make sure you choose a good picture at that Appearance matters Dress neatly and professionally but keep in mind that professional doesn t always mean suit and tie Keep your style in tune with the style of your organization 3 It s more than just a resume Don t use your staff bio to flood your audience with a slew of your most important accomplishments The point is to appeal to your supporters Your bio s main purpose is to connect with people not be a resume It is a way for people to know that you are real and that you are someone that they can relate to Try sharing quirky information like what you do in your spare time and why you chose to work in the nonprofit field Show a bit of your personality through your bio 4 Provide a method of contact The nonprofit world is a world of connections so make sure your audience has a chance to connect with you You should provide an email address a twitter handle or even a phone number but make sure that you have one available to share with others Take a look at charity water s staff page They utilize every tip They have captivating photos keeping in tune with their nonprofit s style the bio s are moving and they provide a method of contact Conclusion Boring vague bios are a thing of the past Leave them in last year Make sure to have a compelling bio that keeps people s attention Remember the supporters of your nonprofit want to know the cause and the purpose for your nonprofit but they want to know the people behind the scenes as well Your donors want to get to know the people responsible for the success of your organization Do you have any more tips to add Show us your organization s staff bios by linking to your site below in the comments Brittany Brock Brittany is a graduate student at Texas Tech University She is currently studying Human Development and Family Studies with a focus on Cross Cultural Studies and

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  • Download Guide - Elevation
    a Quote Contact Us 1 for 1 Match About Us Why Elevation Our Process Our Team Testimonials Our Solutions Nonprofit Website Design Graphic Design Ongoing Support Search Marketing Copywriting Email Outreach Our Work Before After Portfolio More Info Blog Nonprofit Web Design Nonprofit Web Development Connect With Us 800 475 4590 info elevationweb org 1 for 1 Match Request a Proposal Follow Us On Twitter Like Us On Facebook Elevation

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  • Nonprofit Web Design - Elevation
    and implementation stages we come together as a creative team to ensure that your website is the best it can possibly be A better website can bring you improved visibility and a boost to the number of visits to your website This in turn can expand your influence and bring you more donors In today s hyper connected and internet savvy world nonprofits that do not understand the critical importance of maintaining an effective online presence are bound to suffer We can offer you the customized features that suit your nonprofit best based on what you tell us and our own research Web design that creates a strong brand Branding can have a transformative effect on a nonprofit s relationship with its supporters If a nonprofit has a strong and consistent identity it will flourish Donors are more likely to donate again if they feel involved in the nonprofit while potential supporters who come across your website for the first time will be more likely to return if strong branding successfully transmits your message Think of your website as the public face of your nonprofit for many is it the only part of your organization that they will ever see As in real life online first impressions count for a lot and we here at Elevation have all the skills and creative flair to bring the best out of your website Visual impact is only half of the story though We also recognise that an attractive website must also have a strong back end to ensure optimum usability and reliability for years to come Talk to one of our team members today to Get a Quote 1 for 1 Match for Nonprofits In 2016 Elevation will match dollar for dollar up to 800 000 What is the 1 for 1

    Original URL path: http://www.elevationweb.org/non-profit-website-design/ (2016-02-17)
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  • Nonprofit Web Development - Elevation
    long people spend looking at the website and second whether they come back Using an effective content management system is one key way in which nonprofits can increase their chances of good conversion rates Elevation can help you achieve a flexible easy to use attractive website with advanced features and seamless integration With an effective CMS you can rest assured that your content is fresh and that your website offers the most up to date multimedia and social media engagement tools Social media is known to be an excellent way of building support by word of mouth A good CMS will also provide simple processes for crucial nonprofit tasks such as online donations Elevation s expert team has been helping nonprofit organizations build slick multi functional websites for more than a decade Our advanced technical knowledge coupled with our creativity and dedication to the nonprofit sector makes us leaders in our field For many in the nonprofit world the word branding sounds a little foreign It has associations with advertising and commerce and can seem a long way off the traditional scope of the nonprofit sector But in today s highly visual world nonprofit organizations require branding just as much as other more typically commercial organizations do Some will make donations based only on what they see on a website Others will be drawn in by other visual cues such as brochures or flyers In all of this whether online or printed there needs to be a strong consistent brand In this way you build trust and a circle of supporters who are loyal year after year 1 for 1 Match for Nonprofits In 2016 Elevation will match dollar for dollar up to 800 000 What is the 1 for 1 MATCH For each dollar your nonprofit spends on web

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