Fund Raising

Did you see Oprah the day the CEO, Stephen Paletta of Give Back was on?

I am amazed to see what an amazing program he has designed to help non profits have their supporters give to their non profit. It’s truly ingenious.

I have been exploring every type of fund raising concept there is. I have looked at most of the Multi Level Marketing as well. A few are worthwhile and some have great possibilities, but not until I have the level of staff who can focus on them full time.

I approached a woman from FaceBook who does Marketing Campaigns and she is looking at creating a campaign for UBU too.

So all in all, it comes down to trying as many venue’s as possible and seeing what works and what doesn’t. I’ll be keeping up the list for everyone else to use.

This is the Non Profit site that was featured on Oprah last week. Please go there and click on UBU to give us more points. The Non Profit that has the most points by July wins $50,000.

https://www.giveback.org/onehundreddays.aspx?refid=20728

On April 8th, GiveBack Founder and CEO Stephen Paletta returned for a guest appearance on the Oprah Winfrey Show. Steve was the winner of Oprah’s Big Give in 2008, a TV reality show which challenged competitors to be “the biggest giver”. In each episode, contestants traveled to a different city and were given an amount of money and an assignment to help a particular individual or organization. At the end of each episode, the panel of judges selected one person to go home.

About Sharyn

As founder of UBU I found my inspiration from my brother Tony who was a foster child, then adopted by my parents when he was five. After listening to his stories about the treatment he received while in the homes I began to think of what it was like for him as well as the thousands of other kids. I decided to start the school after Tony passed on in 2008. It is my tribute to him and all that he did for me. Of all the things I've done in my life, this is the one thing that truly makes me feel like I'm finally on the right path.
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