BY GEORGE LANG Assistant Entertainment Editor | Updated: Mon, Feb 24, 2014
Allied Arts’ new fundraising program puts the “Power2Give” in the hands of its member agencies’ supporters.
The central Oklahoma arts funding organization officially launches its targeted “crowdfunding” program Power2Give Sunday after a three-day “soft launch,” said Kristy Blosch, communications director for Allied Arts. The program, which is used around the country by similar groups, allows Allied Arts’ member agencies to create individual funding campaigns for specific programs or goals.
“Part of the reason why we wanted to implement this was because we had hit a little bit of a plateau with our donors, so we started looking at ways to reach new donors or new ways for current donors to give,” Blosch
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