You don't have to be a tree hugger to support the environment. People in this audience love protecting and improving wildlife and nature. They may be looking to join a charity to advocate climate change and sustainable living. This audience may have interests in topics like environmental engineering and may have past exposure to the EPA.
Sad puppy eyes, nothing harder to look away from. People in this audience love animal rescue groups and organizations that focus on animal welfare. They may be looking to adopt a pet or enjoy volunteering for organizations, like the Humane Society or Friends of Animals, to help abandoned or abused pets. They may have other interests in philanthropy and charitable work.
Art and Culture non-profits help local artists in the area flourish by nourishing their talent. People in this audience enjoy charities that help art and cultural institutions. They have interests in helping small art and theater companies and preserving various forms of art, like paintings, music or sculpture. This audience may also have interests in libraries, museums or the Smithsonian Institution.
Our children are the future so, let's make sure to invest in them. People in this audience love working with and helping children. They like to volunteer or donate to charities, such as Kids in Need, Share Our Strength, and I Have a Dream Foundation, where children are fed, nurtured and taken care of. This audience may have past exposure to child care and parenting.
Being involved with the community can actually help you psychologically. You feel better about yourself because you are helping others. People in this audience love getting involved with their community. Examples are donating to the local red cross, organizing a community blood drive, and participate in a charity race.
A natural disaster can cause devastating damage to people's homes and livelihood. That's why it's important to have charities to support the people around you. People in this audience are big advocates for disaster relief, and so, may be looking to join or contribute to a disaster relief charity or non-profit after a natural disaster has occurred, be that a hurricane, earthquake, wildfire or flood. They have been observed researching and comparing various non-profits and charities, such as the Red Cross, Convoy of Hope, Americares, and UNICEF.
More than 200,000 phone calls are placed to domestic violence. People in this audience are looking to support victims of domestic abuse who are going through issues, like sexual violence, forced marriage, and sexual assault. They have been observed checking out charities, groups, and non-profits that look to help these victims, such as Equality Now, American Bar Association Commission on Domestic and Sexual Violence, Attachment Parenting International, and Her Justice.
With all the chemicals and misinformation about food alone, there needs to be someone willing to speak up! People in this audience are interested in joining organizations focused on improving people's health. They may be interested in volunteering to help cure diseases, support the sick or disabled or promote public health awareness. This audience may be looking for organizations like the American Red Cross or the American Diabetes Association.
The right campaign can truly make the world a better place. This audience is looking to join an organization to promote political messages or activities, like campaigning or lobbying. They may have interests in a certain political candidate or party or may be looking for special interest groups. People in this audience may be interested in joining non-profits like the ProPublica, Pew Research Center or Sierra Club.
What would we do without NPR or PBS? Individuals in this audience are interested in supporting public broadcasting charities, most importantly the national organization of Public Broadcasting charities, supporting the Public Broadcasting System.
Religious non-profits do not only help those within their beliefs but those outside them as well. Individuals in this audience are interested in religious charities and non-profits such as Adventist Frontier Missions, AMG International, or Bill Glass Behind the Walls.
Give a little bit of your love to everyone! Individuals in this audience are interested in social services and society charities, such as the Association to Benefit Children, The Children's Aid Society, the Fred Rogers Company, and the Home of the Innocents, among others.
Veterans aren't just men. Over 2 million veterans reside in the United States. Individuals in this audience are interested in veterans charities such as the Wounded Warrior Project, Homes for Our Troops, and the Fisher House Foundation.