Live Debate: What Are The Pros and Cons of Facebook Fundraising for Nonprofits?

Julia Claire Campbell Facebook, Nonprofits, Online Fundraising, Social Media 1 Comment

Welcome to Facebook Fridays! Fridays at noon I take 15 minutes to help you navigate the crazy wilderness of Facebook for your nonprofit.

Today I brought on special guest Noah Barnett from peer-to-peer online fundraising platform CauseVox to answer your question: What are the biggest pros and cons of setting up and using Facebook fundraising tools for nonprofits?

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In our live debate, we discussed:

  • Set-up and cost
  • Customization and ownership
  • Supporter experience
  • Promotion and distribution
  • Management and tracking
  • Follow-up and reporting

Let’s throw it back to you – what side do you come down on in this debate?

Are you going to set up these tools?

Are you going to encourage your community to raise money for your nonprofit via Facebook?

Have you used Facebook’s fundraising tools to raise money for your nonprofit? Leave your thoughts in the comments. 

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