School Fundraisers – 10 Reasons to Hold One Today
There are many great reasons to hold a school fundraiser. They are the perfect solution to your school’s budgetary problems and are a great way to earn extra cash to fund special programs and activities. If you want to make your school a better place, but aren’t sure how to use your fundraising earnings, here are 10 great ideas. You will quickly see that there is always a great reason to hold a fundraiser.Candy Bar School Fundraisers – 10 Tips for Success
Candy bar fundraisers are a fun and easy way to earn money for your school. In a candy bar fundraiser you provide students with boxes or bags of candy which they can sell to fellow students, family and friends. Candy bar fundraisers can be very profitable and are one of the easiest fundraisers to plan since you won’t have to worry about order forms or product distribution. Here are 10 tips that will help you to make your next candy bar school fundraiser a success.Choosing a School Fundraising Company – 4 Important Considerations
School fundraising companies can literally determine the success of your school fundraiser. A great fundraising company will make the experience easy, enjoyable and profitable while a bad company can make fundraising difficult. Knowing what to consider when choosing your school fundraising company will help you to choose a great provider the first time around.School Fundraising – 3 Reasons to Work With a Fundraising Company
Without the right help school fundraising can be very difficult. Imagine trying to find great products, taking care of orders and creating fundraising materials all on your own. This task would definitely be overwhelming. Luckily, you don’t have to do everything yourself when it comes to school fundraising. There are many great companies out there that will help you through the fundraising process. This will save you time while increasing your profits. Let’s take a quick look at a few reasons why should enlist a fundraising company’s help before your next fundraiser.Cookie Dough School Fundraiser – Tips for Easy Distribution
Cookie dough fundraisers are one of the most profitable and popular school fundraising choices, but that doesn’t mean that they aren’t without complications. Since cookie dough is a fresh product and needs to be refrigerated, distribution can be a real challenge. Here are some helpful tips that will make cookie dough school fundraiser distribution much easier.The 16 Principles of Personal Fundraising Influence
At some point in every fundraising conversation, I bet you’ve wished that you had the power of the Force at your disposal to help you make a successful ask. A simple wave of the hand and you’d have everyone lining up to donate to you. While it’s an unfortunate truth that you may not possess the mind-controlling talent of a Jedi, there is good news: you always have the power of influence at your disposal to help you improve your fundraising.How To Prepare for a Successful Picture Fundraiser – One of The Great Fundraising Ideas
All you need to know about having a successful picture fundraiser are simple strategies but essential to your success. I have been in the fundraising business for over 10 years now and I’ve seen so many well organized coordinators book a picture fundraiser then only to fail for reasons they could have prevented. Picture fundraising is one of the best and easy fundraisers you could provide for your participants. It’s a timeless treasure that last a lot longer than candy, candles or the last fundraiser you can’t remember. How would you like to boots your revenue goals with these simple steps to maximize your profits?Fundraising Event Safety: What’s Your Plan?
Just days after a stage at the Indiana State Fair collapsed from wind, a strong storm toppled a stage at the Pukkelpop music festival in Belgium. These two tragedies claimed 10 lives and injured 180 people. As we head into the fall event season, these recent accidents are a reminder of the importance of having a Plan B.Finding a Few Good Fundraising Prospects
“Where do we find prospects?” is a question I often get asked. As is often the case with good questions, I have to respond with another question. What if, in five years, your organization was fully funded? What would your organization look like?Five Questions to Help You Identify Potential Supporters
So, you want to have a major gift campaign. While there are some groups that are able to jump right in to major gifts, most nonprofits have to do some preparation first – primarily in the area of building a core group of supporters who have the ability to give major gifts. Before I get in to the five questions though, there’s something that I need to say – and I’ll try to do so gently.