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  • People want to volunteer but are not sure which non-profit or charitable organisation to choose. There is competition for their time. Here are some tips to make your recruitment campaign catch their attention.

    Create an Engaging Volunteer Recruitment Campaign

    Create an Engaging Volunteer Recruitment Campaign

    by Beth Eaglescliffe0

  • I recently attended Cupid's Undie Run in Philadelphia. The event raises money and awareness for Neurofibromatosis (NF).

    Cupid's Undie Run 2018

    Cupid's Undie Run 2018

    by Jen Sejda0

  • Jerry collected $Billions from 1952 to 2010 for research, allowing MDA to be less dependent on government funding. In addition, several types of neuromuscular diseases and conditions became treatable and curable through this results. That ended in 2011 and pledge collections declined sharply without Jerry. See why in this Hub and read a first-hand memory of Jerry Lewis by a Hubber who knows him.

    Labor Day MDA Telethon Eliminated After Nobel  Peace Prize Nominee Jerry Lewis Unfairly Ousted

    Labor Day MDA Telethon Eliminated After Nobel Peace Prize Nominee Jerry Lewis Unfairly Ousted

    by Patty Inglish27

  • Fundraising is a necessary part of the business plan for non profit organizations ,churches, and groups who contribute to the mission. Knowing the principles to expect in a Fundraiser are essential.

    Top 10 Principles of a Fundraiser

    Top 10 Principles of a Fundraiser

    by Gift and Receive0

  • Many people ask, How do I raise money for a cause? Planning a concert is always a great choice. I can tell you that doing so is a very fun and rewarding experience and that almost anyone can do it. Of all the non profit fundraising ideas out there,...

    8 Tips for How to Organize a Successful Benefit Concert

    8 Tips for How to Organize a Successful Benefit Concert

    by mikesweetwater9

  • Charities work hard at persuading people to support their causes, sometimes they hire outside businesses to boost their incomes and sometimes the fundraising is done by crooks.

    Problems With Charitable Fundraising

    Problems With Charitable Fundraising

    by Rupert Taylor1

  • Fourteen small and inexpensive gift ideas that many homeless people would appreciate. These thoughtful gifts can make life a tiny bit more bearable, mostly because they show you care.

    From Your Hand to the Homeless

    From Your Hand to the Homeless

    by Kylyssa Shay35

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