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It is important to familiarize yourself with certain key tips in order to launch a successful crowdfunding campaign. With this in mind, we have compiled a list of nine essential components that will make it much easier for you to handle every aspect of the fundraising process.
As an Eagle Scout, Conrad was tasked with the duty of selecting and completing an Eagle Project that would benefit his local community. Conrad became aware of Haven House, which is a homeless shelter for families, when he was working toward receiving his community service merit badge. Instead of merely volunteering until he had met the requirements of the badge, Conrad continued to assist the shelter by providing birthday cakes for the children who were temporarily living there. This level of connection with Haven House made it a natural choice for Conrad's Eagle Project, especially because the shelter's playground had fallen into disrepair.
Deana Case had just given birth to her sixth baby when she discovered that she has stage IV breast cancer. Unfortunately, the disease has spread into her bones and liver, and that means that she has a long uphill battle to fight. In order to deal with some of the necessary medical expenses, No One Fights Cancer Alone online fundraising campaign was launched. By using DonationTo Deana is able to keep 100% of all donations and avoid credit card fees.
When John Daffron was diagnosed with pulmonary fibrosis on May 23, 2013, he made the decision to take every possible step to enhance the quality and length of his life. Unfortunately, there is no cure for pulmonary fibrosis, but there are some treatment options available such as a medication called pirfenidone. Today they have raised for $9,000!
If you are learning how to fundraise, you might not have a full appreciation for how important it is to stay in regular contact with your potential donors. However, if you simply send one email and hope for the best, you are not likely to have a fully funded online fundraising campaign. Consider for example how often you have received multiple emails on a specific topic before you have taken action. Your best course of action is to send out weekly updates about your cause to keep your donors constantly engaged. By doing this, it will be much easier to raise money online.
When Jaime Pitale was diagnosed with lung and brain cancer, his friend Jerry decided to host an online fundraising campaign to help with the necessary medical expenses. Today Jerry is using DonationTo.com to raise the funds. Because he is using DonationTo, he will keep 100% of all donations and avoid credit card fees.
Whether you work for a school or have a contact who does, it is always a good idea to get the link to your online fundraising campaign placed on any website that has an .edu domain extension. In fact, getting your link on one of these sites is the search engine equivalent of getting a gold star because it will ensure a higher ranking spot. Consider for example how much more likely you are to visit a website that is listed in the first few spots on Google. This added legitimacy and visibility will encourage people to donate online.
DonationTo.com enables you to keep 100 percent of the money that you raise from your online fundraising campaign. Additionally, enabled anyone to avoid credit card fees because we understand how important it is for you to collect as much money as possible for your cause. Regardless of whether or not you are still in the process of learning how to fundraise, you can easily set up a page with no technical skill. One of the best ways to encourage people to donate online is by using a blog. To help you raise money online more effectively, we have compiled a list of four blogging tips.