2017 is officially here and there are big changes anticipated for the year ahead! We’ve consulted our fundraising partners all over the globe to learn more about what they predict will be the biggest fundraising trends, challenges and opportunities to impact charities and nonprofits over the next 12 months.
Its #GivingTuesday so naturally Givergy’s offices across the globe have been reminiscing about their personal fundraising experiences. Here are a few examples of how Givergy have given back in the past and we look forward to all the fundraising yet to come!
Giving fatigue is something we are all a bit too aware of. While street fundraisers are effective, the public aren’t always in favour of being approached on their way to work. And too often giving to a friend’s personal fundraiser to run the marathon can be more about supporting them with a fiver than having a relationship with the actual cause. What if you could offer a fun and competitive ...
Personal fundraising is not only a great way to raise more for charities, but it gives you the opportunity and motivation to take on a challenge and experience something new! 'Nearly 1/3 of all online donations are now a result of peer-to-peer fundraising' according to the Donor Engagement Study, 2015.
Live auctioneers often are a key aspect of your fundraising event. San Francisco-based auctioneer sensation Abra Annes recently shared with us some insight on her career, as well as some precious tips to help you with your fundraising.
Raize the Roof is an Australian charity founded by young local Canberrans passionate about improving the lives of children who are in need. Powered by inspiration, innovation and dedication, the Raize the Roof team along with the Canberra community assist local children who are suffering from illness and also children of the world who are orphaned due to disease or circumstance.
According to The Movember Foundation, by 2030 the number of men dying prematurely will have reduced by 25%. This is fantastic news but we still have a long road ahead. It’s paramount that we join together to continue to support this incredible movement, whether you champion the moustache for 30 days or take on one of the ideas below:
Inevitably, there are so many different elements to consider when planning a fundraising gala, and justifiably it’s so easy to become consumed with décor, entrainment, guest lists, table arrangements and of course the list goes on. Unavoidably, the fundraising element of your event may begin to take a back burner.
Getting supporters to attend your event is the first step to reaching your fundraising goal of the night. Truth is, it is also the easiest step. In order to reach your fundraising goals, you will need to get the “silent majority” to be engaged and to give… this is the tough part.