M3 Nonprofit reports many shortfalls for 501(c)3 organizations in 2012. Blaming the economy and consumer fear of the ongoing economic condition worsening, Michael D. Butler shares 2013 strategy for membership based organizations to enhance funding possibilities with non-traditional methods.
Tulsa, OK (PRWEB) January 02, 2013
Nonprofits who depend on government funding as well as those who don't will try to squeeze every hour out of 2013 to meet their funding and budget goals. This idea, along with the fact that 2013 may be another tough year for nonprofits, has Serial Entrepreneur Michael D. Butler creating potential 'win-win's' in the nonprofit sector.
"Having worked with dozens of nonprofits over the past 20 years both as a donor spokesperson and on the board of several nonprofits. We knew Foundations, Churches, Ministries, and Nonprofits would have to get creative to survive this current economic climate," said Butler.
"I've been involved as an independent business owner in the launch of Solavei, a new Social Commerce network that is helping make commerce more affordable for customers by providing 4G unlimited voice, data and text for $49 per month and I can see it as a great 'baseline' revenue creation tool that can help sustain a nonprofit because of the ongoing, recurring income.
"It's almost like Facebook or Twitter having a shopping card that allowed their members to save money at retail outlets across the country," said Michael Butler. "That is exactly what Solavei and their Social Commerce Network is all about and how it can benefit member based organizations."
When small and large organizations that use fundraisers or membership dues as a means to not only support their organization, but to also do good in their community and the world promote this great value plan to their members, their organization will receive an on-going monthly payment from Solavei based on those members that participate.
The income the organization receives is continuous. It is paid out monthly to the nonprofit directly from Solavei based on the number of members using the service. It also gives the chance of a teen shelter in Chicago to benefit from a donor base in Florida or California because of the viral nature of the network.
Butler says, "I would like the opportunity to meet with more nonprofits and advisory boards in 2013 to go into greater detail about this unique and highly effective fundraising model. I can show Foundations and Nonprofits the real, ongoing and residual income potential their organization can generate by simply promoting this to their members."
Solavei launched in September 2012 and has 100,000 customers receiving no contract 4G nationwide coverage with Solavei. Solavei's initial product offering is 4G unlimited talk, text, and data with no contract for $49 a month. It operates as a MVNO through a strategic partnership with T-Mobile USA. Solavei is led by former Fortune 100 telecom and retail executives and advisors.
In 2008 he launched M3 New Media an Online Social Media & Public Relations Firm in Tulsa, OK helping Entrepreneurs and Authors get their message out in the new media. Michael speaks nationally on Social Media trends and personal branding. Michael D. Butler is an Independent Solavei™ Social Member, not an employee or agent of Solavei™ Michael Butler is not a tax attorney or CPA. Check with your tax attorney or CPA about investment and end of year deduction advise as it relates to giving to nonprofits.
Solavei™ is a social networking and commerce platform that enables users to connect, share and capitalize on the power of social networks. Solavei's mission is to make commerce less expensive by empowering individuals to earn income on the products and services they enjoy and use every day. Solavei™ pays its members to refer 4G Unlimited Voice, Text, and Data for $49 per month.
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