Benefit Concert 1 and Organization - Feedback
Thank you all so very much for coming out and supporting the KOZ on Saturday - I can't express how much it meant to me and everyone else that was involved in making it what it was. This event has been two years in the making now and the wait was well worth it. We hope to eventually have these benefit concerts turn into a monthly or quarterly series, making them bigger and better with every show. So, please help us achieve that, and improve the organization as a whole, by filling out this brief survey.
During our drawing events with the kids, we leave the theme wide open - paint whatever you'd like. We don't want to limit the kids' creativity or expression and as a result, we get some incredibly authentic artworks and explanations. From the standpoint of t-shirt design, however, please tell us what you think of our Blue Label, or child-designed, t-shirts. (go to jointhekoz.org/bluelabel to see all the child-designed t-shirts)
I love it!
It's not my cup of tea.
How likely are you to wear one of our shirts?
I'd wear it all the time!
I'd rock it every now and then..
It's a cool idea but it's not my style.
Are there any modifications you'd make to the t-shirt layout?
Framing the artwork, making the designs bigger, round instead of rectangular, etc.
Our artist tags currently ask the children to fill out the following: name, name of artwork, explanation, signature, bio, age, message/note/quote, and what makes me happy. Instead of bio or message/note/quote, is there anything else that you would be interested in learning or knowing about the kids? What would you ask them in person?
Please take a minute to peruse our site and let us know how we can make it better.
Open a new tab and go to jointheKOZ.org. Is it easy to navigate and find everything?
What activities or ideas do you have for the next Benefit Concert?
How clear was our organization's model at the Benefit Concert?
Our main model is having kids battling cancer paint whatever it is they feel like expressing, we then bring those designs to life by printing them onto t-shirts, and once sold, the proceeds benefit childhood cancer research. Was that made apparent at the event?
I got it loud and clear!
I kind of got that vibe..
I had no idea.
Ideas on making that message clearer?
Every Penny Report
We are eager to become the most transparent nonprofit organization around. We plan to post every penny donated and every penny spent so that donors know exactly where their money is going. Is this something that you would be interested in viewing, as a donor - please choose from the following:
Yes, this would eliminate any doubt of misguided use of my money!
It won't really change my current perception of nonprofits..
No, people won't fully understand the importance of some spendings.
Any comments on this?