When students are presented with a new concept in class, the question that always follows about 10 minutes into the lesson goes something like, "Will this be on the test/midterm/final exam?"
It's so obvious.
It's the thing that humans hate possibly more than spiders, snakes, the dark, clowns, and elevators (my wife REALLY hates elevators)...
Got it yet?
Here's another hint - it's the one thing that probably holds back your group fundraising effort more than anything else, yet nobody talks about it.
...and its the same thing that kept you from "shooting your shot" with the cute kid in 8th grade for the Homecoming Dance...
Ensembles that use the FansRaise platform to generate funds are either (a) raising money for the Org's capital campaign or (b) presenting student performers with a way to offset their own personal costs to participate.
When selecting a crowdfunding campaign GOAL, there are special considerations that need to be addressed.
A question as old as the ages - or actually as old as FansRaise since we were the first platform to offer both types of campaign structures in one system!