Washington, DC (Vocus) June 29, 2010
Do you ever wonder if the money you give to help the local little league team or the big international relief efforts like those in Haiti are really helping those you intend to receive them? Have you been asked to help out with the PTA, Boy or Girl Scout troop or other local non-profit?
Between high profile financial abuse problems with charities and the big downturn in charitable giving brought on by the recession, many non-profit groups are really suffering. Many groups are bracing for the worst and wondering how they’ll keep their doors open through the end of 2010.
Top fundraising consultant Gail Perry, the author of FIRED UP FUNDRAISING, says that you can insure your charity donation goes to the right place, and help your local charity if you have some basic knowledge of the world of non-profits.
Talk with Gail about:
-How the recession is affecting charitable giving
-What volunteers at local charities should be doing to lessen the impact of the economic downturn
-How you can tell which charities you should give your money to
-Which charities typically have the lowest overhead and administrative costs
-The new rules of fundraising in these changing times
-Strategies to help when asked to volunteer for your local charity
Interview FIRED UP FUNDRAISING author Gail Perry today by contacting Allen Media Strategies Aaron Leistner at (703) 589-8960 and find out more about Gail at http://www.gailperry.com.
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