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Want some great reasons for your charity to take any and all non-cash donations? Wonder why other charities seem to increase their fundraising in good years and bad years, quickly build up their endowments, have the resources they need? Well, find out in the webinar. Here’s the real story:
This is personal. Russ’s wife was diagnosed with a rare terminal disease some years ago. She owes her life to the extraordinary work of the charity that supports her illness. That charity has had the resources to provide so much because it takes advantage of almost anything a generous donor wants to contribute.
That got Russ to thinking: What if the charity had not taken those donations? Would his wife and other needy people still be alive? Would she be doing as well as she is doing? Why are charities leaving so much money on the table? If 90% of the wealth is not cash, why shouldn't charities be thinking out of the (cash) box? What would it do for the world if all charities took advantage of the 90% of wealth that donors want to contribute?