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September 21, 2011

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Donors are really necessary for running non profit charity organization. Social media and online donation sites are the best way for increasing donors.

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...lol this is such a hard topic to right on ! but seriously, i must say youv nicely compiled it up and perfctly presented ! a great read ! :)

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What I want to say is that every body may have his own points on certain subjects and things. So sometimes it is really not easy to say who is right or wrong, worse or better. However, what we should always do is that we must consider that everyone's opinion must have his own negative and positive points so that we can learn from each other in any case. Anyway , you do have got a good point and thank you for sharing.

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