Fundraising Events

Do it Yourself Fundraising Ideas

Posted on 31 May 2012

Most groups raise money themselves and they need do-it-yourself fundraising ideas. Luckily there are tons of great ideas out there to consider. Here are some brief descriptions of ideas you might consider. Of course you may need to adapt some aspects to your needs. We hope in the future to write more articles with additional […]

Even Towns Look for Fundraising Ideas

Posted on 16 March 2012

Times are getting so bad that even towns are looking for fundraising ideas to raise money and other ways to reduce spending. Shawn Touhill, a Doylestown Township supervisor, got people together as part of a new town fundraising committee. They gathered Monday night to brainstorm ideas for saving and raising money. Most of the ideas […]

Holiday Shops Can Be A Win-Win For Students And Fundraising Groups

Posted on 18 January 2012

December is that time of year when it seems like everyone is running as fast as they can, but the list of “things to do” never ends. A holiday shop at your school or church may be the answer to shorten that endless list. Here is what I have seen as a result of running […]

Big Sports Team Fundraising Ideas

Posted on 21 December 2011

When you want to make a difference at your high school, you might have decided that holding a sports team fundraiser is the way to go. After all, there are many benefits to sports team fundraising ideas, from bringing in extra money to the school that will go toward paying for new sports team equipment, […]

Golf Fundraising Suggestions

Posted on 16 December 2011

When you really want to make a difference at your school and bring in some extra funding that will help go towards making a better environment for the students, you might have considered holding a fundraiser to help reach your targets. There are many different sports teams within the school that could use some extra […]

Getting your Charity Auction Volunteers to Buy-in and Work, by Sherry Truhlar

Posted on 26 November 2011

Getting your charity auction volunteers to buy-in and work Got problems getting event volunteers energized to do what is needed to be done? Here’s one tip: Give volunteers something new and creative to learn which simultaneously solves a problem your charity auction is experiencing. Volunteers will remain engaged if they believe the solution you are […]

Insurance for your benefit auction ain’t a bad idea, by Sherry Truhlar

Posted on 24 October 2011

Last year, a 2010 Harley-Davidson Sportster motorcycle was stolen. The bike was painted pink and signed by a number of country music stars, such as Dolly Parton, Tim McGraw, and Taylor Swift. Here’s the kicker: It had been donated to be sold in a benefit auction to benefit the Lexington affiliate of the Susan G. […]