Cryptocurrency and Philanthropy for Nonprofits, Featuring Pat Duffy on The Nonprofit MBA Podcast
Pat Duffy From The Giving Block and Stephen Halasnik from Financing Solutions (www.financingsolutions.com) discuss how cryptocurrency adoption by nonprofits has changed the tide of nonprofit fundraising in recent times. Nonprofits that have leveraged digital currency in their fundraiser have increasingly expanded their revenue streams to finance their projects efficiently. Read an Executive Summary or Listen to the Podcast HERE: https://financingsolutionsnow.com/cryptocurrency-and-philanthropy-for-nonprofits-nonprofit-mba-podcast-4-3/
About the Pat Duffy from The Giving Block Pat created The Giving Block with Co-Founder Alex Wilson in 2018, developing the leading solutions that charities, universities and other nonprofits use to fundraise cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin. They quickly established themselves as the leading crypto fundraising experts through the explosive growth of their programs at Save the Children and United Way Worldwide. Over the last four years, The Giving Block has turned cryptocurrency into the fastest growing donation method, founding the industry’s giving pledge, giving days and crowdfunding platform. Today, Pat, Alex and their team are honoured to be building Crypto Philanthropy programs for over 1,000 nonprofits raising millions every month. About Stephen Halasnik, The Nonprofit MBA Podcast, and Financing Solutions Stephen Halasnik is the co-founder of Financing Solutions which is the leading provider of lines of credit for nonprofits and church financing. The credit line program for nonprofits & churches is fast, easy, inexpensive, and costs nothing to set up making it great when cash flow is temporarily down. Mr Halasnik is also the host of the popular, The Nonprofit MBA Podcast. The podcast brings on experts to talk about fundraising, nonprofit grants, executive director leadership, nonprofit boards, and other important topics.
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