A Changing World

January 22, 2008 at 4:14 pm 1 comment

It’s a little scary how much technology has taken over so many aspects of daily living. Everyday there’s something new that “makes life a little easier.” Perhaps your calendar is on your computer instead of in a physical book. I bet you don’t go anywhere without your cell phone to make it easier for people to get ahold of you. And I’m sure you check your email at least once a day, because it’s so much quicker and easier than “snail mail.”

Jason Dick, who writes for asmallchange.net, recently posted a blog discussing the use of online fundraising. Every company he interviewed stressed the importance of having an online fundraising plan. If you want to read more visit Jason’s blog, A Small Change – Fundraising Blog.

I’m interested to hear your thoughts. Would you be more willing to give to non-profits if you could simply click a button…? Would you trust it? Would you be glad that there was no paperwork involved? Or would you be weary because there’s no physical piece of paper to document your donations?

Food for thought…

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1 Comment Add your own

  • 1. Jason  |  January 22, 2008 at 4:38 pm

    Michelle,
    Thanks for linking to me. I’m really excited about the post this week. I think that it has some really incredible content. Thanks for contributing.

    Reply

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