Susan B. Noyes MIB Founder's Blog

In the Chronicle of Philanthropy video below, Peter Sagal (host of NPR’s Wait Wait Don’t Tell Me) uses running a race in his underwear to raise money for a serious disease as an example of philanthropy made fun. And he’s right – philanthropy should be fun. It should make you feel great.  (Read an article about him here.)

That’s why putting the FUN in FUNdraising leads to more money for the cause.

And you have to believe that everyone watching Peter in his undies had fun too.

Watch his video here.

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