Viewing the page www.musicforrelief.org I was struck by a complete lack of interactivity.
Well, the idea is mainly based on one-sided communications, so I think that the response against the potential is too small.
If the shows are mostly speech, it builds a wall between the listener and presenting full speech. The wall, which hinders involvement in relief operations.
In fact, more than words to the people speak actions.If you want to persuade someone to act the best is to show that you act the same every day (and it does not matter that "every day" is more symbolic in
I believe that too little is on the home page videos and photos showing
members of the LP's shares, which they are promoting.Look at the picture below:
Something like this does not appeal to your imagination more than monotonous speeches?
The second thing I'm missing is one-sided support.Shows aid flows from richer to poorer. However, the poorer is treated only as recipients of aid. This paradoxically leads to the fact that perpetuates their poverty, because they are taught passivity.
If you start to act like the Nobel Peace Prize laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus, who created the Grameen Bank, which is an institution offering help the poorest people who are thinking of keeping with their own work, your foundation will be giving more to reduce poverty.
Another increasingly being practiced by the foundations, it is to select by the
donors specific purposes to allocate their money such as
the purchase of grain needed to plant the fields, purchase of cows,
which feed a family or particular child education.People donating money for specific purposes feel more involved in the foundation activities and are more generous.
Volunteers, please write what you think should be on the website to make it more attractive to donors!