Collect Money For Someone else – Often those people you do not expect, turn out to be in more trouble than you thought. They are always ready for everyone and you never hear them complain. Probably because they are afraid that they will be labelled as nagging, or because they think that they are not complaining. Wouldn’t it be great if we could help those people like that together? To collect money for someone else, someone who really deserves it!
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Be Frank –
Important Factors To Raise Money For Someone else –
The success of someone else’s fundraising campaign depends on many factors.
A few examples:
- An action with a purpose that others also believe in;
- A good story;
- A crowdfunding platform that attracts many visitors;
- Inform all friends and acquaintances;
- Do not forget to also use social media.
Why Is It Possible For One Fundraising Campaign To Succeed And The Others Not?
When it comes to collecting donations for casual reasons like going on a lavish holiday or fundraise for an interior designer to style the living room, you can feel on your clogs that that action will not be successful. Yes, crowdfunding is all about raising money for people, but it stresses those people who are in dire need of it. Fundraising for shopping or eating at a restaurant is not something that crowdfunding platforms should be bothered about. That is, therefore, a wasted effort.
But if you want to collect money for an incurably ill man who wants to see his grandchild in America one more time, that is a different story. Then there is a good chance that the crowd agrees with you and that the promotion will be a success. The reason must be important and compelling enough to draw the audience to donate.
Write A Good Story If You Want To Collect Money –
It also depends on how the story behind the action is presented. Of course, it is difficult to share private matters with complete strangers. Especially if those “private matters” also belong to someone else.
You then quickly tend to consider what “they” need to know. In practice, it appears that you should not do that. The crowd is generally benevolent. They are all people like you and me. Strange that sometimes we don’t think about that at all. Be visual and just simply layout the necessary details to help understand the donors about the importance of the situation.
Start From Yourself –
So it’s better to always start from yourself:
- Write the story and explain what and for whom you want to collect money and why they don’t do it themselves.
- Print the story and then read it as if someone else wrote it.
- Then you add that information to your story that would convince you to make a nice donation.
You probably have a completely different story on paper! One that contains the naked truth. With feeling and without false shame.