Nonprofits face mounting pressure. Demand for their services is rising. But competition is growing while fundraising potential is declining. Constituents expect more—61 percent think non-profits should be using more digital technology—but are willing to give more if the experience is right.
Progressive nonprofit leaders are responding by reframing their strategies and tapping into today’s exploding ecosystem of innovative digital technologies. That’s enabling them to deliver their mission more efficiently and more effectively, while better meeting their constituents’ expectations.
The future of nonprofit? To innovate with digital tools, platforms and data analytics. To deliver better constituent and employee experiences. And to lead with impact in the digital era.