Learning the media’s best practices for tools like Facebook and Twitter take time but sometimes your nonprofit needs to get the word out now. We’ve rounded up these easy tips to help you use social media effectively (and in nearly no time at all!).
Successful fundraisers research the market to avoid doing the same fundraiser as another school or group in the community. Try to plan your fundraiser campaigns in advance so you have plenty of time to switch dates or use a different fundraiser idea to avoid duplicating fundraisers in your community.
Healthy school fundraising is often left out of school proposals or guidelines, since parent organizations are often the ones planning the fundraiser. It is important to present healthy alternatives to your Parent Teacher Association or Organization – use these tips to bring healthy fundraisers to your school!
There are all types of fundraisers and some fare better than others. However when we polled our most successful fundraisers, we found that there were certain similarities found in the most successful fundraisers. Here are some helpful (and simple!) tips to make your fundraiser a success.
If you’re starting up your winter fundraiser, you may be looking into ways to get your fundraiser going and get your sellers excited about participating. There are tons of creative ideas out there but today we wanted to focus on one tactic that has proven to help a lot of our school fundraisers across the country: rewarding those early turn ins with a special prize or privilege.
For elementary school fundraisers, promoting the prize program is key to getting the kids excited about your fundraiser. Many school fundraisers use an assembly or kick-off video during morning announcements to get the fundraiser going. Use this video to promote our 7-tiered prize program and to tell kids all about your Mixed Bag Designs fundraiser!