ReWiGo Ministries was the recipient. Their nomination said, “ReWiGo, through their partnership with Engenius, produces consistent content using e-mail marketing to engage with supporters and maintains a top-notch responsive website to quickly and easily convey its mission." ReWiGo also... Continue Reading
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Last month we encouraged you to take a lot of photos this summer so that you can more effectively share your organization’s stories year-round. Visual images are a wonderful way to convey your mission and evoke strong emotions, which can lead to monetary or in-kind donations. Continue Reading
It’s a busy time of year! Summer volunteers and staff are arriving and, for some, the next time you get to take a deep breath will be Labor Day. That said, there’s an important element you need to be thinking about right now for the same reason that you’re crazy busy. Continue Reading
Most of our member organizations do not charge clients (aka homeowners, residents, or families) for home repairs. Some nonprofits do, however. Continue Reading
Many home repair organizations rely on volunteer fees as a main revenue source. Prices for a week-long summer trip with organizations that we researched range from $229 to $595 per person, including food and lodging. Continue Reading
It is fairly easy to determine the outputs of your home repair work. For starters, count the number of volunteers who served with you, how many people you helped, and the number of homes you repaired. Continue Reading
What exactly is considered substandard housing? Appalachia Service Project, one of ReFrame Association’s founding member organizations, recently set out to define this term. Continue Reading