HumourSeptember 23, 2019

#NonprofitPickupLines Part III

Contrary to popular belief, working in the social sector might actually help your love life.
2019-11-04 00:00:00 India Development Review #NonprofitPickupLines Part III
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We asked you to share your #NonprofitPickupLines with us, and you did not disappoint!

Your privilege awareness is such a turn-on.



Super woke and very broke, want to join me?

– @rolling_stone_

Captain Holt gif_nonprofit humour


What’s the theory of change for this partnership?

– @rolling_stone_


I am looking for a value-based partnership here. Let’s talk?


Related article: Sh*t nonprofits say


Interested in making some impact, social impact?



Do you believe in love at first sight or should I pitch again?

– @banjara.begum

Michael Scott gif_nonporfit humour


You look so generous, you could put [insert biggest individual philanthropist] out of business.

– @banjara.begum


Are you a donor-evaluation? Because you’ve left me feeling nervous, heart-racing, and eager to please.


Related article: #SixWordHorrorStory | The nonprofit edition


This is our third meeting… You know what that means… Are you going to build my capacity or not?



Are you hard-impact data? Cause, I really, really need you.



Hey there! You’re all I write about in my field notes.

– @shwetakushe

Fleabag gif_nonprofit humour

For more of the same, read #NonprofitPickupLines Part I and Part II.

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