We guess you already know that an effective community management requires knowing your community well. For an alumni association, our unique common ground is “graduation” from a particular institution. So we have a community quite heterogeneous. That’s why knowing well our community is a more complicated process.
As NGOs have to manage their limited resources carefully and transparently, financial issues can be extra important for them. Having different bank accounts linked to different fundraising resources gives the opportunity to have more appropriate insights.
There are lots of ways of increasing the income of your organization ; principal among them are sponsorships, events, grants or peer-to-peer fundraising. Having different sources of income is vital because this means that you have alternatives when one of them is failed. For example, when the amount or frequency of your donations decrease, you can get a refreshment via employing other methods.
Founded in 1990 by a small group of classic car enthusiasts in Turkey, Classic Car Club has reached 700 members today. The Club summarise its purpose as the following: “We desire to bring people together who have a lively interest for classic cars and especially for those who had some special features according to the era to which they belong. We want that they come together and exchange their ideas about these special cars.”