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    FansRaise - Crowdfunding for the Performing Arts

    Crowdfunding Campaigns Need Contacts That Meet These 3 Requirements

    Published by Brian Gilbert

    We put together this quick video blog about the three things to consider when adding contacts to your FansRaise crowdfunding contacts list.

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    Big Platform Updates, Changes from FansRaise

    Published by Brian Gilbert

    This morning, FansRaise took a significant leap forward with pushing a new feature release into production, which will impact campaigns in new and exciting ways...

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    The 5 Things That Your Band Crowdfunding Campaign Must Have

    Published by Brian Gilbert

    People like lists, and quick-hit, indexed and referenced content that's useful and helpful.

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    Increase your high school's crowdfunding campaign potential by 25% by doing this ONE simple thing.

    Published by Brian Gilbert

    One of the beautiful benefits of large-group crowdfunding within the context of the performing arts is that by nature - crowdfunding is really easy.

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    High School Band Fundraisers in the land of Texas and TMEA

    Published by Brian Gilbert

    FansRaise traveled to the great state of Texas to take part in TMEA 2018.

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    Why Students Do/Don't Participate in Fundraising

    Published by Brian Gilbert

    After having the opportunity to speak with music boosters and band booster parents from dozens of organizations across the United States, I have come to two distinct realizations:

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    Indoor Ensembles - Use end-of-season championships to fuel your crowdfunding campaign

    Published by Brian Gilbert

    We've discussed the reasons why indoor ensembles (winter guard, indoor percussion) typically require additional funding resources. In most scholastic situations, these ensembles are typically play 2nd-fiddle to the school marching band, and sometimes these programs are under-funded.

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    AmazonSmile - How the 'perception' of giving can hurt fundraising for your arts organization

    Published by Brian Gilbert

    AmazonSmile was created in 2013, and the site is supposed to mirror the shopping experience one would find at Amazon.com. The difference is that the AmazonSmile foundation donates .5% of the purchase price of 'eligible' items to the charitable org of your choice.

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