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Should charities use celebrities?

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It is a good marketing ploy to get people to know about their charity. If a celebrity donates then many people would soon follow.
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It is a good marketing ploy to get people to know about their charity. If a celebrity donates then many people would soon follow.
You're right!
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I agree that it attracts more donors and supporters if they use celebrities to promote their charities but of course the celebrities should not ask for payment in helping them too and they should really believe in the charity's goals.
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If it is for a good cause and everything is transparent to people, it should be okay.
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If it is for a good cause and everything is transparent to people, it should be okay.
Yeah, I agree.
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Well, it will certainly bring attention to your charity but it might take the limelight away from your charity.
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Famous people will make their charities become popular. It's good publicity for them.
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That's actually a good strategy to get more donations.
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There are celebrities who are really an advocate in helping the poor. Charities juts have to make sure that the celebrity they will choose to promote their program or fund raising even has the same value that the charity holds or else it will flop.
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Yes, they are and, it's beneficial for both celebrity as well as for charity.
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Well, it will certainly bring attention to your charity but it might take the limelight away from your charity.
Right Amelia! I agree with you.
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Yes but it depends if that celebrity will be charging a talent fee.
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There are celebrities who are really an advocate in helping the poor. Charities juts have to make sure that the celebrity they will choose to promote their program or fund raising even has the same value that the charity holds or else it will flop.
I agree with that.
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