Stop Marketing.

Start Engaging.

#035: Nonprofit Fundraising

Subscribe on iTunes
RSS Feed

On this episode of the UnPodcast, we talked all about nonprofit fundraising. I told a story about an experience I had that prompted me to immediately pull out my cell phone and donate not just once, but to also set up a recurring donation. We also discussed the importance of making it easy for people to donate, and how not to raise money for nonprofits.


Other topics include:

  • [00:01:05.12] The worst part about tape masks
  • [00:02:52.12] A connection with an old friend
  • [00:04:12.27] One way I never give to charities
  • [00:05:50.27] A highly scalable, low-cost way for nonprofits to solicit funds
  • [00:10:08.09] The importance of making it easy for people to donate
  • [00:10:58.25] The need to spend money to raise money
  • [00:15:32.00] Tim Hortons Recreates Original Hamilton Store — in Toronto
  • [00:19:58.14] Something that I find insulting
  • [00:25:14.27] My most retweeted tweet
  • [00:26:20.21] A documentary that was so bad it prompted me to write a review
  • And so much more. . .


Footlong subs are fine. Footlong receipts are not. [Tweet This]

Items mentioned in this episode

Video provided by: AtomicSpark
Audio recorded by: Wayne Cochrane Sound