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Table 1 Sample of CFMs

From: Charity flea markets – an amalgamation of product philanthropy and volunteering

casetype of organizationregional settingfrequency & type of market
NPO A
(P1)a
service organizationbrural areaannual
indoor CFM
NPO B
(P2)
service organizationhybrid (rural but part of urban agglomeration)3 times a week
indoor CFM
NPO C
(P3)
service organizationrural areaannual
indoor CFM
NPO D
(P4)
voluntary fire brigaderural areaannual
outdoor CFM
NPO E
(P5, P6, P7)
religious organizationurban areaannual
indoor CFM (plus several outdoor tents)
NPO F
(P8, P9)
service organizationrural areaannual
indoor CFM
NPO G
(P10)
religious organizationurban areabiennial
indoor CFM (& outdoor kids program)
NPO H
(P11)
religious organizationurban areaannual
indoor + outdoor CFM
NPO I
(P12)
animal welfare organizationurban areabiennial
indoor + outdoor CFM (several tents)
NPO J
(P13)
sports and recreation club (soccer)rural areamonthly
CFM under canvas
  1. aIn order to ensure anonymity each NPO is referred to by a letter and each interviewee by a number. As interviews were conducted in German, quotes cited in this paper are translations by the authors
  2. bAnheier (2014) terms NPOs like the Rotary Club, the Lions, Kiwanis, etc. as “service organizations” (p. 6)