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Jacqueline von TesmarHiring@jacqvon · Community, Product Hunt ⚡️
Charity: Water’s founder, Scott Harrison, spent 10 years as a club promoter before starting his nonprofit -- yet, over a decade later, he’s managed to help over 6 million people get access to clean water. How did he rapidly grow charity: water with no experience in the nonprofit sector? He attributes his success to an often-undervalued quality: being naive. In this episode, Scott explains the perspective he’s gained being an outsider in the nonprofit sector and how this has helped him rapidly grow his organization.
Meghan KeaneyMaker@meghkeaney · Director of Product Marketing, HubSpot
Thanks @jaquline for sharing the show. Scott was a fascinating guest. One of the things that struck me was how they package and promote operating support. They essentially have two types of donors. Donors who give directly to water projects, and donors who help the organization as a whole scale. Operating support gets a bad rap sometimes, by separating the two and explaining how valuable operating support is, they manage to support both funds. Interesting stuff.