Fundraising, like many things, is most effective when kept simple. Too often we see pledge drives/Fund-A-Need moments struggle to maximize an audience’s potential because of an overcomplicated process or an unclear message.
It’s not easy to create amazing, engaging content over and over again; but it’s vital to keep donors returning to your site, interested in your emails and inspired by your offline marketing collateral. If your company has a graphic designer or even a whole design team, they might be busy working on large campaigns and your one image to be edited may fall into a long line of work.
Saturday 13th May marked the launch of one of the world’s first contactless donation cars at Brighton’s iconic Fringe Fest! Led by The Nicest Job in Britain and Citroen UK, it was the perfect setting to launch this innovative technology as it attracted 100’s of curious festival goers to the car, raising over £300!
Sourcing auction items is one of the most challenging things most fundraisers face when planning their event, you can listen to our best practice here, so when you do get your hands on that great item how do you know if it’s actually any good?
Planning and managing a fundraising event can be ‘eventful’ and challenging to say the least. There are numerous moving parts to consider and keep track of, but don’t panic! We have 7 easy to follow tips to not only help you overcome those inevitable fundraising event hurdles, but relieve the stress too!
Join us on April 26th at 1pm EST for a free webinar with our friends at Winspire on how to use data to get the most out of your next fundraising event, presented by industry experts Ian Lauth and Harry Santa-Olalla.
Engaging corporates and major donors to support your fundraising events can be a challenge, and in most cases acquiring sponsors is crucial to the success of the event.
Prize draws give the public the chance to win unbelievable, money-can't-buy experiences from just £5 and offer people who don't necessarily have deep pockets a way to make their dreams come true! Entering a prize draw is a fun alternative to making a direct donation to a charity and with such amazing prizes on offer, the charity raises a huge amount of money for their cause! Win-win!
Red Nose Day is all about making the world a better place. It’s simple: raise more and have a great time! Why not host a bake sale, get involved in fancy dress or even host a quiz night? Use activities your family, friends and team enjoy to raise more for this incredible initiative. This year it’s on Friday 24th March and it’s still not too late to get involved!