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From the Nonprofits Live, The Future of Fundraising interactive event, brief presentation on StartSomeGood by Tom Dawkins.

From the Nonprofits Live, The Future of Fundraising interactive event, brief presentation on StartSomeGood by Tom Dawkins.

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  • We don’t suffer from an ideas shortage;
  • we suffer from too many implementation barricades;
  • A group’s organizational status doesn’t matter;
  • its vision does.
  • A community united behind this vision has the potential to change the world.

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  • 1.  
  • 2. StartSomeGood is a new platform for social good initiatives to raise funds and grow a community of supporters.
  • 3.
    • What:
      • A crowdfunding platform for social good initiatives
      • Allows for-profit, nonprofit and unincorporated groups to raise funds
      • A “kickstarter for social change”
      • Launched February 28 this year
      • International
      • Campaigns blended with profiles
  • 4. “ Crowd funding describes the collective cooperation, attention and trust by people who network and pool their money and other resources together to support efforts initiated by other people or organizations.” - Wikipedia.
  • 5.  
  • 6. The “Tipping Point” Model
  • 7. We Believe…
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  • 13. You + Idea + Community + StartSomeGood ________________ IMPACT
  • 14.  
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  • 16.
    • Telling your story.
    • 4 main types of story.
  • 17. Issue
  • 18. Location
  • 19. Demographics
  • 20. Approach/Innovation