Betty Isler, Tax Managing Director for the Tampa Bay office, published an article, Draw on the Crowd: How Not-for-Profits Can Take Advantage of Crowdfunding, in Nonprofit Information earlier this month.
In this article, Betty provides insight into how not-for-profit organizations can use crowdfunding for a number of organizational functions, from specific projects to broader causes and general support.
As not-for-profit organizations face new opportunities for receiving support from their community, the fastest growing resource comes from crowdfunding platforms. To help maximize the advantages under crowdfunding, Betty discusses five things to consider when determining how to use the crowdfunding tools:
For questions regarding crowdfunding, please contact Betty Isler at email@example.com or 727.572.1400. To view the full Nonprofit Information article, click here.
- Find the Right Fit
- Be Descriptive and Project Results
- Keep in Mind Crowdfunding Isn’t the Ultimate Solution
- Broader Reach Means More Regulations
- Other Additional Considerations