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How Not to Name Your Charity Event

How not to name your charity event
Naming your charity event is one of the most important steps toward making it successful.

A great name involves the cause you’re promoting and the activity involved.

An example of a well named event is:

Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure – a world-wide charity to raise money and awareness for breast cancer.

  1. Ron HarperDecember 27,09

    I was in North Carolina when the local Alzheimer’s Foundation staged a charity ball. They called it “A Night To Remember”

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