New Website Helps Non Profits Raise Money
Little Rock, AR, July 21, 2009 — Non Profits can raise more money than ever, even in a terrible economy and have fun doing it. Bonnie Marlewski-Probert, author of 13 books, more than 1000 magazine articles and a professional in the horse industry for 20 years has recently founded Funding101.org.
Dedicated to teaching non profit organizations the skills needed to financially succeed, no matter what state the economy is in.
"My time spent with Bonnie gave me a wealth of information. Bonnie has a unique gift, in that she is very knowledgeable about non-profits, advertising, websites, and technology, combined with motivational and speaking skills that will benefit me in my journey." Cathy Willmeng, Director, Dusty Boots Riding Therapy, Inc., Arizona
"You have a wonderful way of explaining things that makes sense. I have been seeking answers about the best way to go about having a 501C3 and what approach to take and had not been able to find it.
"You were able to provide me with guidance on best approach and explain the benefits quite well. The information you gave me will help me to look at my organization in a different light that will give me the most opportunity for growth, and to be a successful non-profit organization, you must plan ahead for that growth." Kim Shotola, Texas.
"I'm bringing horse sense and my business background to the table to help non profits succeed." Said Bonnie. "Because I come from the horse world, it makes sense to break trail there first with Funding101.org. We have already worked with hundreds of therapeutic riding centers who use the horse to help physically and mentally challenged children everyday, and we are about to start working with the thousands of pet shelters around the country."
For more information, visit http://funding101.org and be sure to sign up for their free newsletter and take their Success Survey while you are there.