If you work for and help run a non-profit organization you have likely ran campaigns and fundraisers for some very worthy causes. Wouldn't it be great if we could help you raise more money for your organizations and therefore help more people in the process? Well we are here to tell you that we can certainly help and by reading this article, you should be able to help your organization raise more money! There are a few basics principles that we would like to share with you in order to help you raise more money for your non-profit. 

Authority

People inherently trust, and follow, authority figures. These may be folks perceived as experts on a subject or as having social status. This is why celebrity and expert endorsements are often used to promote products. You can do this as well, and you can also work to establish yourself as a thought leader in your field.
You can work on establishing yourself as an expert in your field more easily in today's climate with social media and the internet. You can find like minded people that could support your cause within social media groups. Don't hesitate to interact and give your opinion on topics you can weigh in on! 
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