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In "The Wi$dom Path: Money, Spirit, and Life," a Tapestry of Faith program
Invite participants to experiment with alternative funding of a congregational or group social justice initiative. Introduce information you have gathered about recent social justice project ideas that have not been realized due to financial constraints.
Examine the project ideas together, using these questions:
Engage the group with other congregational or group leaders to agree on a project that offers good possibilities for crowd-funding. Then, make a plan to launch a crowd-funding initiative, including a project budget, description, and implementation tasks. Present your plan to the appropriate congregational or group leaders for support and/or approval. Divide responsibilities for fundraising, communication, and project implementation once funds are raised among the participants and others who wish to be involved.
After all preparations are made, launch the proposal on your selected crowd-funding site!
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Last updated on Thursday, January 9, 2014.
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