Network for Good helps nonprofits raise funds for their missions through simple, affordable and effective online fundraising software and expert coaching. We also work with companies to implement effective cause initiatives powered by our proven donation platform. Network for Good has processed over $1 billion in donations for more than 100,000 nonprofits since our 2001 founding by AOL, Cisco, and Yahoo.
TypePrivate
HQWashington, US
Founded2001
Size (employees)148 (est)-4%
Websitenetworkforgood.com
Network for Good was founded in 2001 and is headquartered in Washington, US
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Network for Good has an office in Washington
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1140 Connecticut Ave NW
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Founding Date

2001

Network for Good total Funding

$10 m

Network for Good latest funding size

$10 m

Time since last funding

4 years ago

Network for Good investors

Network for Good's latest funding round in May 2014 was reported to be $10 m. In total, Network for Good has raised $10 m
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Customer Profile: Water is Basic

Since April of 2017, Carrie Ward has served as executive director at Water is Basic, a nonprofit dedicated to bringing clean water to South Sudan. In July of 2015, Carrie had the opportunity to travel to East Africa with Water is Basic; spending time in Yei, South Sudan, and Goma, Congo. Having rais…

6 Steps to Improve Your Year-End Strategy

It may seem too early to think about your year-end campaign, but trust us…it’s not! The final two months of the year are a crucial time for nonprofits. The numbers speak for themselves — 30% of annual giving occurs in December, and 10% occurs on the last 3 days of the year. Now is the The post 6 Ste…

5 Steps to Master Donor Retention

The average donor retention rate in the United States after the first gift is stuck around 45 percent. Careful and consistent attention paid to new and existing donors can directly impact the likelihood that they will continue donating—and even increase their giving. After all, once donors make thei…

How to Create a Step-by-Step Donor Stewardship Plan

Our Back to School campaign continues with a lesson in donor retention. Nothing in a nonprofit organization happens without donors. Organizations that focus on building relationships with their donors understand the importance of donor stewardship. They’re committed to creating a sense of partnershi…

Is Your Nonprofit in Donor Retention Detention?

As Network For Good University continues, we’re moving onto an important course: donor retention. Acquiring new donors is a top priority for many nonprofits. From sending appeals to hosting events, the ongoing goal is to get more people caring about and giving to your organization. But when it comes…

6 Ways to Use a DMS to Improve Donor Stewardship

Implementing a donor stewardship program takes time. Thoughtful communications, meaningful programs, and engaging events require resources. If you have a small team, you may be wondering how you’ll make all of this happen. After all, your team already has enough on their plates. A donor management s…
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