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  1. 1. FundraisingBy Elisabeth Pagliuca
  2. 2. Objectives • Review planning process for a fundraiser • Recognizing what makes a fundraiser successful • Understand steps to take after fundraiser is completed
  3. 3. BRAINSTORMING • Set a facilitator • Set basic rules for session • Set an amount of time and stick with it • Make connections with ideas (mind map) • Avoid details • Just keep brainstorming (until time runs out) When time runs out, then narrow the list done. It is helpful to come back to the list at a separate time, although it can be done the same day.
  4. 4. Example It is the beginning of the spring semester and your team has an upcoming tournament in Maryland that you’re interested in. As it is getting closer to the end of the year, you don’t have much left in your budget to put toward the tournament. Your club president has asked everyone to come to a meeting to brainstorm fundraising ideas so that the team can go to the tournament without paying out of pocket. For the next 10 minutes we are going to brainstorm fundraising ideas. We are looking to raise $800 and we have 4 months to raise the money.
  5. 5. • Is one person going to take the lead for fundraising? Is it the same person for all fundraisers? How will responsibility be delegated? • What are your goals? • What is your budget? • What is needed:  Marketing  Reserving space  Supplies  Setting prices  Staffing the fundraiser  Time constraints? PLANNING How is it done??? • Marketing: • Reserving Space: • Supplies: • Setting prices: • Staffing: • Time constraints:
  6. 6. STEPS TO SUCCESS Whether it is for marketing, attendance or for the event itself, it is important to consider the components above, they can make or break your fundraiser. • Who is your target audience? • What is the best way to reach your audience? Where are you going market? (Social media, flyers on campus) • Does the time of year play a role in your fundraiser? (Car wash in the winter) • What other events are happening on campus at the same time? • Can you collaborate with another group? • Do you have enough team members available to work the event? • What type of facility do you have access to? • When are you going to be most available for your audience? • Are you able to get all of the supplies needed on time?
  7. 7. AFTER THE FUNDRAISER • How successful was the fundraiser? (This would be based on whether or not you reached your goals) • Why or why not? • Will you do this again? • How will you improve? • How can experience with this fundraiser help with future fundraisers? • What changes can be made, if any? • Did you budget appropriately? Keep any and all notes on file somewhere for future reference. Keeping these notes will allow you to be more efficient in the future. It will also be beneficial when you bring on new members to the team.

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