Can Virtual Fundraising Save Our State’s Nonprofits?

Can Virtual Fundraising Save Our State’s Nonprofits?

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The Center for Non-Profits, with the Council of New Jersey Grantmakers, surveyed more than 280 Garden State charitable organizations in July and found that 166 of them had lost close to $200 million in revenue, due in part to cancelled programs or events and reduced donations in the early months of the pandemic.

With the pandemic continuing to keep New Jerseyans at home, virtual fundraisers have become a lifeline for nonprofits. Some have found that these benefits have unique benefits of their own—especially when the organization shows a strong creative streak.

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New Jersey Monthly

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