Wikifund is a free peer to peer resource created BY fundraisers FOR fundraisers. We welcome fundraising influencers, educators, professionals and knowledge gurus to contribute to Wikifund and make it a truly great resource for fundraisers everywhere!
If you want to expand your audience, become better known internationally and help share fundraising knowledge, please join the Wikifund crowd. All we ask is that you follow some simple rules:
- You are blogging on fundraising for non-profits, charities, NGO’s and or Social Enterprises.
- No commercial messaging! We want to keep Wikifund as a true information resource, not a promotional platform. If you are interested in sponsored posts or promoting your events, please do let us know as we can accommodate it, but please don’t try to ‘fly under the radar’!
- Putting your name and link underneath your blog is perfectly fine and in fact welcomed! We want to guide people to your homepage.
- Please don’t put anything that is offence. So please no politics or religious statements or anything that may offend others, however intellectual argument is fine!
- The Wikifund team decides which blogs get published, nothing is guaranteed.
- We assume you have permission to share the information you are blogging about. If you didn’t write it, please check with the author before you post it.
- The opinions expressed reflect those of the bloggers and not necessarily the positions of the Wikifund team.
If you can respect these rules, then please join the crowd and email us your blog entries.