For me, I am a fundraiser because I believe the nonprofit sector can do a lot more to reduce poverty; so I raise funds toward achieving that aim, toward securing the necessary capital for designing and implementing anti-poverty policies and program solutions. With Gandhi, I believe that “Poverty is the worst form of violence.” That’s why I’m a fundraiser, and why I’m also committed to the constant improvement of my vocation. I wrote more about what a fundraiser does at this blog post.
GivingTuesday 2022 is coming up, Tuesday, November 29th, and it’s a banner day for many nonprofits. Some use it to launch their year-end campaign. No other day creates the same worldwide feeling of philanthropy and good will. Often stylized as #GivingTuesday for the purposes of hashtag activism, GivingTuesday occurs on
You never hear people say, “I know when I am.” But it’s often useful to know where you stand in a temporal sense. From a fundraiser’s point of view, it’s important to know where you are timewise when we approach the end of the year. One of out of every three dollars contributed to nonprofit organizations is donated in the month of December alone!
National Philanthropy Day (NPD) is celebrated annually on November 15. This day signifies the importance of working together for the common good.