A simple guide to writing ChatGPT prompts for non profits. If you're new to this, you may wish to first read our introductory guide to Chat GPT, including how to register for a free ChatGPT account. Easier still, use of 'oven-ready' charity prompts and follow-on prompts in our online non profit ChatGPT Prompts list and our in-system AI Bunny will have access to a much larger prompts list and will write your prompts for you, then e mail you the results. Register, then login - everything is free. There are ChatGPT for non profits FAQs at the end.
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ChatGPT for Non Profits
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There is no set format, but roughly a prompt is what you want ChatGPT to do, what you want it to create, the tone/style to use, who this is for, and any other instructions. It's best to write fairly short prompts and then ask ChatGPT to add to its responses. Here's an example:
Create a list of 12 fundraising ideas that are simple and easy to do for a small UK charity.
Create your own by choosing from the words below.
Suggest some prompts for a UK charity that......................
Don't make your ChatGPT prompts too complex or too long, but there are a whole range of other ways to frame prompts. Here are some ideas:
If you're now ready tp up your ChatGPT game, you might try the ideas below. These may not give you what you want if your first attempt, so try variations, regenerate or ask follow on prompts.
ChatGPT has built-in guardrails, but these are not infallible. Some of my initial prompts generated ideas including women's groups baking and selling delicious treats, an LGBTQI+ drag show, and a haggis eating competition for people of Scottish heritage. I'm Scottish and a haggis eating competition works for me, but ..........
I've built additional safeguards into the in-system tech bunny that creates ChatGPT prompts for you (launching 2 June). You may wish to write safeguards into your own prompts. For example:
Use language that is inclusive of everyone, particularly minority groups.
Use language that is inclusive of <group>.
Do not use language that <group> might find <disrespectful, exclusive, derogatory, or insensitive>.
Paste your prompt into the ChatGPT task bar and the bottom of your screen and click the arrow button on the right hand side of this.
Click the AI Bunny incon in the bottom right of your screen at any time for help with using ChatGPT, or any other issue relating to running a non profiot or charity. Ask it short questions, including key words.
Once you have your draft, think about how well it meets your needs. You could amend your initial prompt and run it again or click the Regenerate response button in ChatGPT (above the task bar) and it'll rewrite it differently, using your original prompt. Or you might ask it to do something different based on the answer it has given you.
ChatGPT can make mistakes, or it may get the tone wrong, so always check whatever it produces and amend it as necessary to create the end result you want.
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