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How to help donors trust you

Some of your donors don't trust you. They've heard about so many charity scandals, they just thing we're all dishonest. That they give nevertheless is a testimony to the importance and power of charitable giving. But if you can help people believe that you are what you say you are and do with their money what you say you do -- you'll get more support from your donors. And more donors.
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