Communities Can’t Continue Without Embracing ‘The Trifecta of Giving’.
With all of the things volunteers have to do to help the people they have chosen to help; the training, the hours of service, the hours away from their family and friends, etc… – it is amazing that on top of all of this, they still have to worry about keeping themselves funded to stay open.
So my question is – How would it feel not to have to worry about the funding?
How would it feel to know that you are receiving a fixed amount of donations month after month, year after year? To get a system in place that once it is set up, it requires little maintenance time – leaving you more time to do what you want and need to do. I know it would feel very good – actually it would take a huge burden off of you, your nonprofit organization and your Community!
How would it help your Community? Well it helps your Community residents by not having the need for higher taxes being implemented to help fund these nonprofit organizations. And it helps your Communities businesses (when they become a Sponsortizer,I think you should put that little tid bit just so the sentence makes sense). That is a pretty dynamic aspect all in itself.
When a Business becomes a Sponsortizer, it helps them become more recognized. And on top of each of the Sponsortizers ‘slides’ on CASPER it says ‘Please Support our Sponsor’. This helps Communities Buy Local Campaigns and that is extremely important. Because the more the local businesses get supported by their Community members, the more revenue they make – which helps the tax base in your Community – keeping it all ‘at home’ helps everyone within your Community. That is why we call it ‘The Trifecta of Giving’.
You became a part of a nonprofit organization for some reason. It could be that you love to help your Community. I could be due to a personal tragedy – for instance like the tragedy we went through when our home burnt down. The point is, Communities can’t continue to operate properly and grow naturally without Communities embracing ‘The Trifecta of Giving’. Take a look at the economy, take a look at the budget cuts, take a look around. Then you will see that it is time to look inside – inside your Community – and inside the infrastructure – and see that CASPER will help strengthen it.
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