“Ongoing support is critical because these young people are at a much greater risk for psychological and behavioral problems than their non-bereaved peers.”
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Pennsylvania (PRWEB) January 08, 2015
Innovative use is highlighted by SurveyGizmo in a recent post detailing how Family Lives On Foundation dramatically streamlined their process and increased enrollment more than 800% while only increasing their program staff by 100%.
For Family Lives On, the enrollment process and execution of the program was time consuming and impeded enrollment. The solution was to determine the best use and type of technology to increase their reach and productivity.
With a mission to foster post-traumatic growth for parentally bereaved children nationwide, Family Lives On’s expansion removes geographic barriers. Continuing family traditions celebrated with the deceased parent is a form of grief therapy. “Ongoing support is critical because these young people are at a much greater risk for psychological and behavioral problems than their non-bereaved peers.” as quoted by Christine Cavalieri, Executive Director, Family Lives On. “Our approach had to be scalable and remove logistical, cultural and socioeconomic barriers.”
Savvy donors want their charitable dollars to be wisely spent. And the challenges Family Lives On faced are familiar to many nonprofits – limited resources for administration and overhead.
Family Lives On is now in the position to pursue national funding and corporate sponsors. To read the blog in its entirety visit, http://www.surveygizmo.com/survey-blog/how-non-profits-can-increase-enrollment-and-donations/.
Family Lives On, a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, supports the lifelong emotional wellbeing of children whose mother or father has died. The organization serves all children ages 3-18, regardless of race, gender, religion, socioeconomic status or cause of parent's death. For more information, please visit http://www.familyliveson.org, or follow on Facebook, Twitter, Instagram or LinkedIn.