Three Prizes to Motivate Fundraising Participants

three_prizes_to_motivate_fundraising_participants_postPrize programs are the perfect way to motivate fundraiser participants to meet their goals. Some fundraising companies provide their own prize programs, but many do not. You can easily create a successful prize program of your own. Read on for some of the most popular fundraising prize ideas: Read more

Elevating Your Fundraising Efforts

elevating-fundraising-efforts-postPlanning your fundrasing efforts can be a big responsibility. Picking the right program, the right timing and the right group of volunteers can make or break your campaign. Here are a few tips to help you get your program off to a great start and a successful finish! Read more

Three Tips For Recruiting Volunteers

three_tips_recruiting_volunteers_postThe next time you are in charge of the team’s fundraising efforts, consider the following three tips for successful volunteer recruitment and retention. Volunteers are important members of many fundraising teams, and often play a critical role in the overall success of your fundraiser. The following are a few tips to help you recruit volunteers to your fundraising team. Read more

Fundraising Efforts: Motivating Your Participants

money1The key to fundraising success is encouraging and motivating your participants. This entails getting both parents and athletes on board!  Below are tips for motivating parents and athletes for your next fundraiser. Here are some great tips for motivation: Read more

Choosing a Fundraising Program

fundraising_efundraising_postOne of the most important steps you’ll take is choosing your fundraising program. To do this, you’ll need to review your group’s needs, goals, and resources, as well as the different programs available to you. Here are fundraising tips for choosing a program: Read more

Read This Before Creating Fundraisers

limited_time_post1Don’t make the mistake of staging frequent fundraisers on the premise of small efforts add up. Parents have a limited amount of time. So when doing fundraisers, be sure to create maybe two at the most or one bigger event that brings you a lot of money. If your team is not making at least $2,000 for the fundraiser, then look at alternatives.

Raise Money Every Time Parents Buy Equipment

online_money_postHere is an easy way to provide your team parents with a helpful resource, while also raising money for your team and association. Read more

Put Your Team in the Fundraising Driver’s Seat

car_keys_postHere is an easy fundraiser that does not require any selling by your team parents and can be a fun experience for everyone. It’s called Youth Sports Drive. Read more

Here’s the Ticket: A Fundraiser That Parents Want

Instead of forcing parents to buy “stuff” they hardly use or want, get them something they can use. Some of the best youth sports fundraisers involve local pro teams. Most pro teams have a fundraiser where youth sports teams receive tickets at a 50 percent discount and sell them at full price. The profit per ticket can be as much as $50 per ticket. Read more

Holiday Season Can Bring Good Cheer, Team Money

During the holidays your team can raise a lot of money by selling Christmas trees, wreaths, citrus fruit and poinsettias from a pre-order list. Read more

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