Starting a Charity
Starting a charity may sound like an impossible feat but it isn't. With a bit of know-how and some effort, almost anyone can have luck starting a charity. In this section we'll cover everything you need to know about starting a charity.
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Every charity organization faces the same problem: stretching the budget to help everyone in need. Hosting a charity event is a great way to raise funds for an organization whose cause you support. Here's how.
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So, are you finally ready to quit the 9-to-5 corporate grind and save the world? Here's all you need to know about starting your own nonprofit organization.
By Libby Little