Call for content for future SOFII features – are you planning to change the world?

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Joe Burnett
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August 08, 2017



We want to ask you a simple question: why did you become a fundraiser?  

A) Did you come into the fundraising sector to make a difference, to change the world? or B) is it just a job?  

If your answer is A) how’s it going? Have your expectations been achieved? Exceeded? Or do you feel let down?  

If you’re about to embark on a career in fundraising to change the world, how are you going to achieve that?  

We want to hear from fundraisers young and old, at the beginning of the careers or otherwise, so you can help us continue to inspire our readers. Please e-mail joe@sofii.org to do so.  

You can contribute anonymously if you wish. Or not…

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