How Nonprofits Make the Ask: Framing Donation Requests
Perhaps the biggest dilemma for a nonprofit organization is figuring out which campaigns persuade donors to give generously and which ones cause them to walk away or give meager amounts. In a recent study we examined how framing the request correctly and mixing nonprofit and for-profit elements into campaign can influence donors to give more. Read More
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