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    Campaigns, Funds, and Appeals Overview

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      Campaigns are a large scale fundraising event, such as a capital campaign when you are raising money for buildings, land, etc., or a Golf Tournament For instructions to create a new campaign, view the article:  Create a New Campaign.

      Funds are where the money raised are to be directed.  For instance, Golf Tourament money is for a scholarship fund.  A Capital Campaign is for a new gymnasium to be built.

      Each campaign and appeal is tied to either a single or multiple Fund(s). For instructions to create a new fund, view the article:  Create a New Fund.

      Appeals are a fundraising event such as an annual appeal and are typically smaller in nature than campaigns. For instance, a Spring Letter Appeal or a Buy a Brick event for the Capital Campaign. For instruction to create a new appeal, view the article:  Create a New Appeal.

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