Accept donations online before, during, or after your next fundraising event to drastically increase the amount raised.
Many donors don’t carry cash with them so giving your supporters the opportunity to give online increases the number of potential fundraising donations.
Crowdfunding campaigns are a great way to engage a large population of small dollar donors.
They work well when paired with annual fundraising events.
That way, you'll have the highest return on investment.
You’ll make your money from entrance fees and most of your expenses will come from securing a venue, refreshments for the racers, and commemorative t-shirts.
In addition to entrance fees and donations that you gather leading into the event, walks/runs have a special fundraising superpower — the participants.
Charity auctions can be standalone or events within events, and they pair well with many of your fundraising staples. With a good auctioneer, live items typically sell for equal to or more than fair market value.
The first decision that you’ll have to make when it comes to your auction has to be about what kind of auction you’re going to have. At silent auctions, you can anticipate raising half of fair market value for each item sold.