How to Create a Compelling Fundraising Campaign Theme

ALLISON GAUSS | December 9, 2016

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A fundraising campaign without a theme is like a protest without a slogan. There’s no clear message to rally behind.To really make a difference at a protest, you not only need to gather people at the same place and at the same time, you also need them to engage. If you’re lacking a communication strategy, it becomes much harder for people to take on your mission and march with a sense of ownership around a shared goal.

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