I’ve never, ever in my 28 years of living come across a nonprofit readily turning away donations and volunteers because they had enough.

Never have I heard the words “Thanks, but no thanks. We’re actually already accomplishing all the good we want to in the world. We’re cool.” come out of their mouths.

And I don’t think you’ve ever heard it either.

And if you’re one of the people in charge of recruiting volunteers or raising funds for a nonprofit, you’re probably already laughing your head off at this idea. Because it’s just that ridiculous.

Nonprofits never have enough money or volunteers to fulfill their wildest dreams of world peace and everyone living together in happy harmony. Never.

And while I’m not suggesting there’s any kind of solution to that problem (will there ever be? can you have too much good in the world?), I am suggesting there’s a way to maximize the volunteers and donation amounts you collect via your website.

Very real ways, in fact.

And it’s not as hard as you’d think.

In this video on copywriting for nonprofits, I’ll show you how to use your nonprofit’s website copywriting to latch onto the emotions your potential volunteers and donors already feel towards the work you do and prompt them to action… whether that action’s committing to work 10 hours as a volunteer, or to make a $10 donation.

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