Nonprofits| Two For The Price Of One


Many nonprofits think that now is not the time to fundraise online. So many people are out of work and have no money. Why should we waste our time and energy with such a frail financial environment? The truth is in many ways now is the best time to do a crowdfunding campaign!

Just imagine how many people are available to volunteer for your cause. People have been cooped up in there home in quarantine and your fundraiser can be just the outlet they are looking for.

During these difficult times many people out of work experience feelings of low self-esteem. Success in your project can give them just the boost that their ego needs to get past these difficult times. Studies have shown that the most popular advice for someone out of work is to keep oneself busy.

Volunteering Has Its Benefits

Volunteer fundraising meetings are an excellent opportunity for people to meet new people that they never met before. Many people prefer to stay away from there accustomed circles during transition times to avoid embarrassment. Offering people an opportunity to join a new group opens doors to socialize in a fresh environment.

The fact that they share the same interest in your organization is enough of a reason to build a new relationship in their lives. Another important reason if not the most important reason is that doing good feels good. The most satisfying feeling in human nature is the feeling of helping someone else.

Finally, many people associate their position of work with their sense of purpose in life. By giving people out of work the ability to volunteer you are helping restore in them a sense of purpose.

So don’t procrastinate any longer contact us at and get your free consultation on how we can help you crowdfund today!

Grant Writers Include YouHelp Fundraiser

Grant Writers are now beginning to include the writing of a YouHelp fundraiser description as an added service on

Sister-site GrantWriterTeam allows businesses and organizations seeking grant funding the ability to connect with reputable Grant Writers.

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The connection is made after a “grant seeker” submits a “writer request.” The request acts as a job requisition and is shared with our team of grant writers. Grant writers then bid on the project in hopes of becoming the writer of that grant application.

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Why A YouHelp Fundraiser?

Providing up to date service is crucial for client retention. Crowdfunding has taken the world by storm as a very effective & powerful tool for raising money and awarness.

Including a YouHelp description is also a great way to show concern for the client’s financial well being while they are in the process of applying for grant funding.

Due to the COVID-19 Coronavirus crisis many organizations had to cease standard operations. This includes events and other means of fundraising.

Many have turned to grant funding or loans as supplemental revenue, while others have tapped into crowdfunding to keep their vessel afloat.

It’s a “sink or swim” day in age as we face the limitations of shutdowns and social distancing. The internet has gone from the modern day market place to the only place as fear of contracting a potentially deadly virus also spreads.

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YouHelp has proven to be a valuable resource in these trying times. Businesses such as Propaganda Lake Worth have utilized YouHelp to collect almost $14,000 in donations. Matt Krug, the owner of Propaganda, stated that “Despite receiving a loan from the government, reopening after the shutdown wouldn’t even be possible if it wasn’t for YouHelp.”

Grant Writers have taken note of the power of crowdfunding as they encourage all grant seekers to create a YouHelp fundraiser.

For more information on GrantWriterTeam or creating a YouHelp Fundraiser, send us an email or give us a call.

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