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Difficulty: Beginner

Video Time: 2:39

In her journey from fundraiser to funder, Sonya Campion has learned alot about how our perceptions of money can hinder us from raising what our nonprofit needs. In this video she discusses an early experience that helped her to realize her “baggage” about money. And gives great points on how fundraisers can effectively think about money.

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