Do you know how far your pennies could go across the world? Qmee’s latest infographic shows you how far your money could go that you’re using through their app. The results may shock you.
By implementing online giving, churches can see an increase in offerings. Why is this? Because no one really carries around cash and checks anymore, so this gives people a quick and easy way to donate. It can also turn irregular givers into regular givers with options such as recurring payments. Check out the infographic below presented by Church Central to learn more about the benefits of online giving for churches.
Charities strive every day to make the world a better place. From animal protection to religion, there seems to be a charity for every cause. This infographic from Best MSW Programs takes a look at the highest paid CEOs in charity.
This infographic from MoneySupermarket takes you through the origin of Secret Santa, a tradition that has slowly become one of the most popular and economical way of purchasing Christmas gifts, especially when it comes to the work place. Included is a list of gift suggestions to help out when you draw one of those hard-to-buy for characters from the office.
Social Media can be a powerful tool for helping nonprofits to rally support behind a common cause. When effectively leveraged as part of an integrated nonprofit communications strategy, social media can help nonprofits to reach new audiences, strengthen relationships with existing audiences and enhance online visibility.
The following infographic by Co-Communications has created a Nonprofit Social Media Checklist for Advocacy Campaigns. Use this checklist to help guide your nonprofit’s online advocacy efforts:
This infographic from StayClassy is all about why nonprofit fundraisers should take the Holidays very seriously and how they can use different techniques to maximize their results. Did you know that 33% of all online donations are made during December? That’s a third of all donations happening in one month of the entire year! Find out how you can optimize fundraising campaigns to get the most during this time.
Giving to charity isn’t a new fad; it’s a practice that has been popular for thousands of years. Research shows us that even through unconventional methods, the act of charitable giving has had its place in the history books for ages and is still growing in popularity. Greater Horizons provides us a history of charitable giving dating back to 2500 BCE in the following infographic.
Bill Gates has accumulated a tremendous amount of wealth in his lifetime. He has also given alot of it away, for the good. His philanthropic work has helped to eradicate polio internationally as well as improve the U.S. education system, saving 5 million lives and counting. This infographic from Frugal Dad proves beyond a shadow of a doubt that Bill Gates is a better super hero than Batman.
This video from the Akron-Canton Regional Foodbank explains how you can save the poverty-stricken from hunger. The video is a guide through the life of a fictional character, Kate, who represents the very situation in which many children find themselves when their parents lose their jobs. Even a small donation can provide many healthy meals to those in need.