Infographics – Fundraising – Nonprofit Ideas

I am loving this new(er) addition to our nonprofit communications arsenal. The infographic! As a person who sometimes suffers from a short attention span and enjoys a good photo or video story, these infographics have been a revelation. And I know from talking to donors, many feel the same way.

Recently I have found some great infographics telling a great story as well as sharing advice. Links are here to give credit where credit is due! All graphics have been posted to my Pinterest.

PB&J Publishing created an infographic from Pixar’s 22 Rules of Storytelling as tweeted by Brave storyboard artist Emma Coats (@lawnrocket). Storytelling is the key to donor-centric communication and engagement.

I have tweeted The Whole Brain Group’s infographic on sensible social media tips 2.0. (Now available in a number of languages!) This should be on every nonprofit staff members’ desk or used as a way to develop online communication strategy – at least a starting place or check in.

Take a look at the nonprofit sector via an infographic from Center for Civil Studies at the Johns Hopkins Institute for Policy Studies. From the third edition of America’s Nonprofit Sector: A Primer (Foundation Center)by Lester R. Salamon.

The eNonprofit Benchmark Study by M+R Strategic Services and NTEN created this graphic on benchmarks for nonprofits using digital media to reach activists and donors.

Care2FrogLoop via Convio offers this infographic on peer to peer event fundraising.

As I find other infographics I find useful, beautiful and engaging, I will continue to share. I am searching for nonprofits using infographics and will be posting them next! Please share your thoughts on infographics – that you have created or found useful.

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