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Getting Noticed on #GivingTuesday

#GivingTuesday is a powerful swell of support for philanthropy across the world. With over 1.5 million gifts given last year, it’s clear donors are paying attention.  79 more words

Online Ambassadors Lead to Major Donor Fundraising

The bigger the purchase, the more our peers influence our decision.

2014 Word of Mouth Marketing Association study found that “higher consideration purchases” – like buying a home or a car – are influenced by peer recommendation more than “lower consideration purchases” such as clothing or food. 99 more words

Make your weekends productive by volunteering with NGOs

What’s your first instinct about spending the weekend? It could be as mundane as doing the laundry or as fun as going for a picnic. But wait, even doing something for the children at a non-profit organisation can be fun, isn’t it? 261 more words

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Trust in Influencers

The for-profit world has been placing value in peer-to-peer influencers or “online ambassadors” for years. And the results show that trust in ambassadors is paying off for many companies. 346 more words

Let's build a nourished India with online fundraising

As we celebrate World Population Day on July 11, how about thinking something different from just sharing insightful articles on social media pages. Can we channelise our resources, through online fundraising, for a nourished India. 307 more words

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How can parents inculcate social responsibility among children?

James A. Baldwin once said, “Children have never been very good at listening to their elders, but they have never failed to imitate them.” One of the best ways that parents can teach their children to contribute to the development of the community is by setting examples of social service. 245 more words

No Yolk: Martinez Man Eggs On Ice Bucket Challenge Participants For ALS Research

MARTINEZ (KPIX) — Remember the Ice Bucket Challenge?

A Martinez man has come up with a sequel to that fundraiser which is gaining momentum.

Last fall, 22-year-old Osiel Mendoza was diagnosed with ALS — Lou Gehrig’s disease — the incurable nervous system disorder that attacks muscles. 269 more words

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