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Eight Incredible Facts About BRUCE-FOGELSON CEO is the fundraising platform that non-profits and donors have been thirsting for.

Development, also known as ‘fundraising,’ is the process by which individuals, foundations, agencies, organizations, and businesses gather funds or donations to offer a voluntary contribution to others. Sometimes through financial requesting and sometimes through sourcing materials, non-profits and similar collectives grow their stock and gain the financial girth to host incredible projects and events.

For a long time, fundraising was done by shaking hands and knocking on doors; through solicitation, face-to-face fundraising, and through grassroots fundraising organizers unearthed donations. However, the internet age introduced us to a world of expedited funding through crowdfunding and other online fundraising methods, which has significantly hastened the speed for acquiring grants, donors, capital, and endowments. Lets Sponsor is one of these modern fundraising comforts.

The fundraising platform was created to help nonprofits, organizations, people, and business, offering organizations a way to fundraise effectively, quickly, and intelligently. Through the fundraising platform, sponsors and donors gain the attention and recognitions that they deserve.

Read on to learn eight fantastic facts about Lets Sponsor:

  1. Lets Sponsor is a new SaaS platform that lets organizations create fundraising pages to give event sponsors and donors the recognition they deserve before, during, and long after the event.
  2. Lets Sponsor can create a social network and crowdfunding for groups and donors, each with their website as it manages website production, fundraising and an integrated merchant gateway for payments.
  3. You can make your custom home page and add these additional features for free. Add as many pages in the “About” section as you want. Have people upload photos.
  4. Lets Sponsor invented the “Method and System For Creating Ad Books” and hold several U.S. patents. Lets Sponsor is the leading innovator in the field of ad books and sponsors.
  5. The “Click-and-Flip” feature on the website shows each sponsor’s message, website, direct contact, phone, and email. Sponsors are color coded and can be sorted by price. The search function lets you find sponsors with ease.
  6. Personal and professional profiles give individuals the chance to get noticed. “Click-and-Flip” people to show their messages, contact info, phone, email, websites, and links to LinkedIn and Facebook.
  7. Users can create unlimited pages to share your story and mission with relevant links, photos, and images. Also, they can customize colors and text with a comprehensive content (WYSIWYG) editor. The Blog feature keeps the conversation going.
  8. The five-year projections predict that Lets Sponsor can raise millions… tens and hundreds of million of dollars a year in charity through its fundraising system.

With so much on the horizon, Lets Sponsor is bound to help non-profits do incredible things. If you’re interested in learning more about the amazing platform, check it out by visiting’s Ad Book GuideBook

Bruce Fogelson is pleased to announce that the Ad Book Guide Book is now available for viewing.

Ad books, journals and programs are fundraising tools for non-profit organizations, charities, and associations to raise money and recognize sponsors in print, and now on-line with virtual books. Our seeks to streamline the creation of event programs and ad books. LetsSponsor is your

Bruce Fogelson is an entrepreneur, inventor, and an avid philanthropist based out of Chicago, IL. Fogelson’s work with combines his background in technology with his interest in philanthropy by making it easier for charities and non-profits to raise funds.

Five Apps That Bring Philanthropy to Your Pocket

There’s no shortage of ways to give back to your community. You can drop off old clothes at the local Goodwill, volunteer at a homeless shelter, or donate directly to a cause you support. With the rise of mobile technology, it’s becoming even easier to pay it forward. There are currently a number of apps out there that allow you to make the contribution that best fits you–and add at the push of a button/tap of a screen/swipe. Below are five apps in particular that I believe are worth mentioning:


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Spare partners with restaurants to convert your change into hunger-ending contributions.  The amount that you donate is the rounded up difference between your bill and the next dollar, so all donations are always $0.99 or less. That change then goest to a local food bank. What’s more, you’ll be able to track the amount of money you’ve donated and even earn rewards. Spare is currently operating in NYC only, but they hope to expand to other states as the company grows.


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Charity Miles is a charity app that costs you no money whatsoever. The only thing it costs is data. Marrying the GPS tracking ability of MapMyRun with a great cause, Charity Miles donates 10 cents for every mile biked and 25 cents for every mile walked/ran to a charity of your choice. The money comes from Charity Miles’ corporate sponsors.

One Today

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Like the idea of charity, but don’t know where to donate? One Today let’s you speed date charities by introducing you to one a day. If you like the charity introduced to you, you can donate $1 and you can even share it with other friends via social media. One Today makes giving to a good cause fun and social.

Share the Meal

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An initiative of the United Nations World Food Programme (WFP), Share The Meal allows users to donate $.50 (or more) to ending world hunger. The WFP receives the funds and uses them to provide the meals. One fascinating feature of the program is that it focuses on different in-need areas at different times. Currently, Share the Meal funds are being concentrated on supporting pregnant and nursing mothers in Syria.

Donate a Photo

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Another app that doesn’t require to pay a cent, Johnson and Johnson’s Donate a Photo gives $1 to a good cause for every picture that you upload. These pictures are then featured in a gallery and are only used for promoting Donate a Photo (not for buying or selling anything else). Next time your out for brunch, take a picture of those bespoke hibiscus flower pancakes and upload it for a cause.

Outside of the app department, I’m working on helping companies more easily donate to charities with a revolutionary Ad Book system. Check out for more info.


What charity apps do you use? Let me know @BruceFogelson.

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