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TIM FORBES | February 18, 2020
Macedonian Еntrepreneurs in USA is enthusiastic and nonprofit project with the purpose of connecting the entrepreneurs in the USA having Macedonian background so that they could meet, socialize and cooperate.
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Countless nonprofits and nongovernmental organizations (NGOs) around the world are doing invaluable work to promote justice, care for people, and enact change. The scale of their impact often depends on the amount of support they can build up from various communities. Advocacy campaigns are one of the most effective ways to mobilize people into action. They raise awareness, educate people, seek to influence decision-makers, attract donations, help build your brand, and much more. A well-designed advocacy campaign has the potential to trigger wide-scale responses, prompt people to change their actions, and even affect government policies.
Crowdfunding is fast becoming one of the most popular (and useful) fundraising strategies for all kinds of nonprofits. In 2018, 46% of millennials and 45% of GenXers gave to crowdfunding campaigns. It has the potential to bring in a lot of money, help you expand your network, and raise awareness of your cause all at the same time! First introduced to help entrepreneurs and inventors attract investors and raise money to launch their business, the approach has grown substantially, with some experts predict crowdfunding will become a $90-$96 billion dollar industry in the next few years! We created this handy guide to help you avoid some of the common crowdfunding mistakes that nonprofits make when deploying a campaign. We’ve also gathered some industry best practices that will help make your campaigns more successful.
Just like that, we went from talking about the rising trends in fundraising for 2020 to how nonprofits can sustain operations during the COVID-19 pandemic. Needless to say, it was quite the pivot in conversation. The COVID-19 pandemic has had major implications for nonprofit organizations. Unfortunately, it seems as though the uncertain landscape created by the COVID-19 pandemic will be sticking around for the foreseeable future. With that in mind, it’s time for your organization to consider how it can be agile and thrive through uncertainty.
Every nonprofit has the goal of extending their impact as far as they can by helping as many people as possible. They also have a responsibility to their donors to spend their resources wisely – especially when it comes to things like marketing and communications that often get put on the back burner. In times like this when we’re in a strong economic downturn – and there’s a lot of uncertainty – your major donors may be pausing their donations or limiting them. It is more critical than ever to focus on the items that are going to have the biggest impact.
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