You Created a Crowdfunding Campaign, Now What?
So you created a crowdfunding campaign, and now you’re left scratching your head over what you should do with it. Instead of pasting the link to your crowdfunding page on your Facebook page and hoping for a few stray clicks, here are 10 tips and tricks to make the most out of your crowdfunding experience.Can A Crowd Funding Campaign Help This Young Lady?
In an attempt to raise funds for her upcoming mission trip this student has sought support from crowd funding. Up until now her efforts to raise money have seen little results due to limited exposure. Will online crowd funding help her?Raising Money On The Cheap
You’re looking to raise funds fast for your charity or personal cause. There are a lot of promotional items to choose from but you’ve only got a limited budget. What product should I go with? The answer is clear: Custom silicone wristbands.How to Value Your Start-Up Business Plan (How Much Is It Worth?)
How to come up with a value for your business plan. Everything you need to know about standard industry practices to place a dollar value for what your business is likely to be worth.Creating Awareness With a Personalised Ribbon
Now we have very powerful tools for creating awareness such as the social media. Despite this, the more traditional methods still remain highly effective. One of them is the use of personalised ribbon for awareness pins and other items. Indeed, this technique is somewhat more personal and very influential as well. Find out everything which you need to know about it.Fundraising Success: 4 Steps to Connect With Donors
Connecting with donors and building relationships that will lead to long-term giving. Here are 4 steps to make that connection for a sustainable donor.Two Top Tips For How You Can Pack More Punch Into Your Written Fundraising Appeals
Most fundraising appeals lack punch! Here are two quick, short and very useful ways for you to add more persuasive punch your fundraising appeal letters, brochures and websites.Why I Won’t Participate in the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
I won’t be giving money to ALS or participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge. Not because I think that the ALS society is not a worthwhile charity. It is just that there are many other charities for which I have a greater affinity. I have been watching the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge with interest. Everyone from former Presidents to your next door neighbour are tossing a bucket of iced water over their head and then challenging someone else to do the same. It is one of the most successful campaigns for a charity ever, and the ALS Society is getting money faster than they can handle. As people take the challenge and give money to this organization (and possibly don’t give to another disease group) are they doing so because they understand the statistics around the disease, the association and its administrative & fundraising expense to program expense ratio? Or are they just donating because they’ve been challenged and, well, this is a fun thing?Funeral Donation Etiquette
Whenever donations are being requested in lieu of flowers you can still send flowers along with the charitable contribution. However, if you only wish to send one or the other, then you really should abide by the family’s wishes.Are You Doing Swiss Cheese Fundraising?
You want to raise a lot of money so your nonprofit can change more lives. You like the Get Fully Funded philosophy of playing and thinking big.