Expert Author: Wendy Carmile
The internet has merged into the fabric of our lives over the last decade and many of the fundamental activities have been taken online. One of them is fundraising. Fundraising has mostly been a community thing till recently but with the relatively recent international calamities such as the Tsunami and Katrina has bought around a huge fundraising exercise online with a large percentage of success.
There are a lot of little tricks to candy fundraiser sales. If you keep it fun for your participants, offer a good value to your customers, and make a solid effort, you can expect excellent results.
Another fun way to raise funds is by hosting a bowling fundraiser. The event is simple to put together. Simply arrange with a bowling alley to rent a group of lanes, or the entire building, and start soliciting teams. One way to raise a lot of funds is to charge a large entry fee for each foursome, for example, $60 each. Obviously, if you're going to charge that much to play, you'd better make it a lot of fun.
Pick the right fundraising products for your group's next fundraiser, follow our sales tips, and watch your profits soar. One category of fundraising products that's always popular are items that are pre-purchased in bulk and offered for immediate sale. A prime example of this type of fundraising is doing a candy fundraiser.
Oftentimes, a non-profit group will ask for donations via a direct solicitation. There are literally dozens of books about this type of charity fundraising. Part one of this article is an overview of different solicitation approaches. Part two sites common mistakes to avoid.
Oftentimes, a non-profit group will ask for donations via a direct solicitation. There are literally dozens of books about this type of charity fundraising, so I've limited this article to an overview of different solicitation approaches. Part Two will cover common mistakes to avoid.
Autumn is probably the most popular season for fundraising. School has just started, sports team are beginning their season, and non-profit groups are looking to get a piece of the holiday spending action. While other groups are selling candy, wrapping paper, and magazines for their fundraising activity, how about looking into doing something different this year: organize your own Halloween Pumpkin Patch.
A rubber duck race is fun and easy fundraiser. This type of event is very family-oriented and can be scaled in size to fit your group's supporter base. Duck races are a unique and profitable event for many charities. The actual event, crazy as it may sound, involves racing rubber ducks down a local waterway, preferably one with a good current.
So you need new cheerleading uniforms and your squad wants to go to camp? Well it's time to raise money! Here are some cheerleader fundraiser do's and don'ts to give your squad a fun, safe way to earn money.
Tired of the same old- same old when it comes to fundraising? Why not consider a karaoke fundraiser, that is host a Karaoke Night for your next fundraiser. This type of fund raiser works great for many types of groups that need to raise funds. Church youth groups have found this method of fundraising very effective. It also works well for cheerleading fundraisers.
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