Fundraising infographic : Crowdfunding for Nonprofits

| July 18, 2017

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Fundraising infographic : Crowdfunding for Nonprofits  Online crowdfunding happens via websites that allow sponsors to post descriptions, and even pictures of their projects, to attract donations. Via the internet crowdfunding can reach a much more diverse audience than a nonprofit’s regular audience. A crowdfunded project’s online presence can be shared easily via Facebook, Twitter, or any other social media platform. Live crowdfunding, on the other hand, features live events where spokespeople for the nonprofit pitch their cause to those gathered. Audience members pledge donations in an auction-like setting. These event are hosted by those raising funds or by third-party organizations that specialize in creating crowdfunding events.

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