SOFII’s best of the best showcase - introduction and contents

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March 16, 2018


Many times we’ve been asked ‘How do I find the very best of SOFII’s exhibits?’ So, some time back we created a special category, the best of the best, to corral them.

This section honours fundraisers who have really made a difference by creating campaigns that’ve changed the way we do what we do.

Below is the list of SOFII's best of the best. Which fundraising campaigns do you think are the best? If you want to share your nominations with SOFII's readers, please e-mail joe@sofii.org.

The Best of the best showcase can be accessed here.

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