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Join Ken Wyman, program co-ordinator of Fundraising and Volunteer Management at Humber as he discusses the ins and outs and intricacies of crowdsource funding on CBC’s Blue Sky with Garth Materie. Wyman shares his insights into the power and the pitfalls of this modern revenue generation tool.
While crowdfunding can tap the truly generous human spirit to make a difference in a visible way, he challenges the listener to think about whether it is all “flash and cash,” or whether it is truly maximizing the investment dollar.
From fraud to taxes and site fees, Wyman raises some excellent points of interest whether you are considering donating to a crowdfunding campaign, raising equity for an entrepreneurial initiative or contemplating the impact of crowdfunding on the traditional fundraising landscape.
Congratulations to Humber Fundraising Management Student Gillian Arnold on the publication of her research. Gillian's research, entitled The Aging Audience in Arts and Culture: Myth or Crisis, is reported in the Orchestras Canada newsletter.
Congratulations to Humber graduate, Teri Pecoskie, who has garnered another prestigious award to add to her shelf. Her five-part series uncovering the connections between standardized test scores and a range of social and economic factors won the Best Multimedia Feature prize at Friday night's gala in Toronto.
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