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1. No-Show Fundraisers
If non-profit organizations could host huge events with minimal expenses and a large profit, don’t you think they’d jump at the chance? It’s called a “no-show” fundraising event, and in today’s economy it should definitely be considered.
2. Creative and Thrifty Fundraising Ideas
You can successfully execute your fundraiser, at a lower cost.
3. Teens Volunteering More Than Working
Interesting results from a new survey show that teens are volunteering more often than working at part-time jobs. And, they’ve also become reverse role models, encouraging their parents to volunteer more.
4. Volunteering Good for Your Health
Years of research have proven that volunteering increases emotional health, decreases stress and depression, and can actually help reduce aging. It seems volunteering is good for the giver too.
5. Celebrity Doodle Auction Creative Fundraiser
Everyone loves to doodle, even famous people. Now you can bid on a celebrity doodle during the National Doodle Day Auction, which raises money for those suffering from Neurofibromatosis.
6. November Fundraisers
Here is a list of the different fundraisers happening in the month of November.
7. Motivation to Help Others
When trying to do good for others, we need motivation to keep pursuing our vision. Here is a selection of quotes for you.
8. Abraham Lincoln a Charitable Man
Old "Honest Abe" was actually more than just honest. There were many qualities that made up this great leader, not the least of which was charity and generosity of spirit.
9. Developing a Selfless Attitude
Charitable acts do not have to be of this magnitude. It’s the act of kindness, large or small, and going out your way to help someone else that really matters.
10. Charity Donations
If your wondering how you can contribute to your local charity, here are a few ideas to consider.
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