Category: Fundraising Tips

A guest blog post for Fun Pasta Fundraising by Sandy Rees.     No two nonprofits or nonprofit groups are exactly alike. And no two fundraising plans should be exactly alike either. That means you need a fundraising plan template that meets YOUR needs, plays…

Fundraising season is here again! It can be a hectic time for leaders, parents and kids alike, but that doesn’t stop it from being fun! Fundraising with Kids 101 provides you with the tools needed to have a successful fundraiser for everyone involved. It’s important…

Volunteer management is the process of engaging and inviting volunteers into your organization. Volunteer Management is a critical function for most non-profit, school, sport and extra-curricular groups. With that in mind, today we’re sharing some best practices for volunteer management that will ensure the health…

Last week we shared fundraising tips to help groups use school fundraising incentives to boost participation rates and maximize sales. We believe fundraising can be fun! With that in mind we thought we’d share to top 20 Fundraising incentive ideas for your school group, sports…

Looking to breathe new life into your school’s fundraising events?  The very best way to get high participation rates among your students and parents is to make it FUN. We’ve learned that our most successful groups focus on the fun and that focus yields big…

By choosing an efficient and profitable fundraising program, setting very specific goals, limiting the amount of fundraisers run annually, and trying something new schools will find that they can reduce fundraising noise and achieve success. And that’s worth talking about 🙂

Happy Holidays Fundraising Leaders! Are you thinking about fundraising over the holidays? Wondering if your group should or shouldn’t? Here are 3 considerations that may impact your sales.  People are more likely to give around the holidays. Statistically non-profits receive a higher rate of charitable…

If you are following this blog, then you know we are passionate about two things: Pasta and helping schools, non-profits and groups of all types reach their fundraising goals through the sales of our products. As a group leader the weight of responsibility for fundraising…

One of the most common fundraising mistakes non-profit groups make is “thinking small”. Avoid making this mistake and help your charity reach their goals.

The best fundraising narratives capture attention, draw interest, and create desire that ultimately leads to action. And it’s the action that matters most to your group.