Prioritizing Attendee Comfort: 4 Tips for In-Person Events


Written by Kelly Velasquez-Hague
January 12, 2022 | 2 min. read

After a year and a half of remote work and virtual events, many are longing to return to in-person activities. With much uncertainty still surrounding the pandemic, safety must still be a top priority for nonprofits planning events.

How can you tell if your audience is ready to go back to in-person events? And what are the best ways to ensure everyone is comfortable?

According to this OneCause report on The Giving Experience, 71% of respondents said that they would be ready to return to in-person events by fall 2021, some with added contingencies such as their vaccination status. Still, with new updates about the pandemic every day, it’s best to follow health guidelines to help keep your attendees safe and feeling comfortable.

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Understanding the Ins and Outs of Challenges on Facebook (Meta)

Written by Cassie Losquadro, Solutions Executive at GoodUnited
December 8, 2021 | 3 min. read

As a rising nonprofit leader, you’re well aware of the importance of diversifying your organization’s fundraising stream as a way to de-risk your revenue and with it, your mission. That way, even if one funding source runs dry, you’ll still have a variety of other channels to fund your organization’s essential work.

Because of this, a key nonprofit management skill is discovering and developing new funding sources for your nonprofit. One such source that you should consider adding to your future fundraising toolkit is Challenges on Facebook (Meta), an additive social fundraising solution that’s on the rise.

You may have considered venturing into the world of Challenges on Facebook (Meta), or this may be an entirely new concept that you’re curious about. To help, we’re going to cover the ins and outs of these fundraisers by answering the following questions:

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