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Why You Want to Ask Major Donors for Online Challenge Gifts

A common phrase we hear while planning online giving days and discussing major donor involvement for challenges is “We don’t want to ask major donors about giving days, because it will interrupt our solicitation process…” 867 more words

BWF struck a partnership deal with China’s Xiamen Airlines

By Xinhua

Badminton World Federation (BWF) launched partnership with China’s Xiamen Airlines on Thursday, which headquartered in the southeastern city of Fujian Province.

BWF Secretary General Thomas Lund also confirmed the Xiamen Airlines as the only designated Airline Company and official sponsor of Total world championships 2015, which is to be held in Jakarta, Indonesia this August. 12 more words


4 Things You Need to Know About Online Giving Platforms

We’ve seen it happen — a great deal of communication planning, online ambassador work, and major donor involvement takes place, but the organization’s online giving day is a struggle due to not having an solid platform in place to host the giving day and manage gift transactions. 751 more words

Create a Superstar Fundraiser in 2015

Originally posted as a client advisory by Bentz Whaley Flessner on January 11, 2015 in In the News,Published by BWF

Originally published December 10, 2014… 903 more words

HOW TO Make Content Go Viral with Great Headlines

The key to attracting viewers to your content is, well, mostly just producing good content. But that doesn’t mean there aren’t a few tricks to help drive eyeballs to your blog posts, videos, and photo galleries. 121 more words

BWF_social's 2014 Higher Education Giving Day Survey Results

  • Columbia’s Giving Days raised $6.8 million from 4,940 donors in 2012, $7.8 million from nearly 9,700 donors in 2013, and $11 million+ from 10,400 donors in 2014.
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Saina, Srikanth rise in Badminton World Federation rankings

While Olympic bronze medallist Saina jumped a place to No 4 in women’s singles, Srikanth, who defeated two-time Olympic champion Lin Dan in the final on Sunday, made a leap of six places in the men’s singles rankings to be positioned at No 10, his highest ever ranking. 69 more words