Find out how Feeding America took a once dormant planned giving program and raised more than $10 million while working with Stelter.Continue reading How Feeding America (Re)Built Its Planned Giving Program
A Short-Term Guide for Marketing Planned Giving: A plan for the next 90 days
What’s the message now that the news cycle is stuck on repeat, you still don’t understand your kids’ 5th-grade math homework and nobody can bring themselves to empty the dishwasher? What now? We’ve got a plan. Continue reading A Short-Term Guide for Marketing Planned Giving: A plan for the next 90 days
Lessons From the Coronavirus War Room
On March 12, we stopped the Stelter presses (the literal print presses as well as the email queue) and attacked the virus with the weapons we had on hand—creativity and thoughtfulness. (Plus our guts, we always trust our guts.) As we dug in, we spotted words, images and calls to action that had changed meaning. Here’s what we found. Continue reading Lessons From the Coronavirus War Room
5 Themes From the ANA DC Nonprofit Conference
Last week in D.C., nonprofit fundraisers came together to discuss the latest trends, explore issues and share insights at the ANA DC Nonprofit Conference. Here are 5 key themes to help you get caught up. Continue reading 5 Themes From the ANA DC Nonprofit Conference
[Infographic] Generational Giving: Do They Differ?
Today we welcome a special guest to the blog: our own Creative Director, Zach Christensen. Zach inspires and provides vision to Stelter’s creative services team, which serves more than 1,500 organizations nationally. He draws on more than 15 years of experience in marketing and design to produce work for Stelter’s most strategic nonprofit brands. InContinue reading [Infographic] Generational Giving: Do They Differ?