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We are raising money to help fight against homelessness. With the power of rap and hip-hop music. by donations of money or music to be sold on platforms like Itunes.
Are goal is to raise money and donate it to other well established Non profits. Like the Salvation Army and Habitat for Humanity. In hopes to create long lasting partnerships that will make for an even stronger organization.
For 2018 we plan on putting together a mix tape/album witch will consist of 8-10 tracks of different artists. We are trying to raise 30,000 dollars for the project there is a fundraiser on Facebook till June 1st.
We have a unique organization with a unique advertising approach. As you know music is used for our fundraisers. and with that we can advertise in some interesting ways. One is when the song is featured on the radio we can say this song was sponsored by"xxxx". Or say a line on the track. Another way is by doing a advertising segment in a music video. I would like to take a few tracks from the album and do this. Of course social media we have over 2500 likes on Facebook and we are growing everyday. I would also like to produce Youtube videos for our sponsors as well. Plus advertising on our website.
Our organization is new to the Nonprofit world. We are learning every minute, if you are thinking of sponsoring us. we would love to know more about your advertising techniques. To help meet your demand in a competitive market, with different visibility stratigies.
BRONZE: Link and logo exchange
SILVER: At $3.50 daily A facebook ad will run for one month and cost(105.00 estimate) Total people reached will be 450 - 1200
GOLD: At $17.50 daily a facebook ad will run for two weeks and cost(245.00 estimate) Total people reached will be 1,300-3,400
PLATINUM: At $87.50 daily a facebook a will run for one week and cost (612.50 estimate) Total people reached will be 2,800-7400
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Battered women who live in poverty are often forced to choose between abusive relationships and homelessness. In addition, 50% of the cities surveyed by the U.S. Conference of Mayors identified domestic violence as a primary cause of homelessness (U.S. Conference of Mayors, 2005).
Approximately 16% of the single adult homeless population suffers from some form of severe and persistent mental illness (U.S. Conference of Mayors, 2005).
The relationship between addiction and homelessness is complex and controversial. Many people who are addicted to alcohol and drugs never become homeless, but people who are poor and addicted are clearly at increased risk of homelessness.