These days, there’s a lot of ‘fundraising fatigue’ amongst the public. With so many worthy causes vying for attention, your own fundraising efforts can often get ignored or dismissed. While you don’t want to see other fundraising events as direct competition, it’s important to make your own fundraising event stand out from the rest. Most […]
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