Category: Fundraising Tips | Page 2

Do the math. Calculate the cost of fundraising and choose a program that will ensure success. Here at Fun Pasta Fundraising, we make it simple.

What does a “successful fundraiser” mean for your group?

While the answer to this question is as varied as the types of groups we work with, the definition of success is not.

Back to school brings PTO meetings & fundraisers. Increasing parent involvement is the best way to make the most of your fundraisers. Here are 6 ways to maximize the efforts of your volunteers.

Selling Oodles of Noodles is easy. Achieve fundraising success by equipping your sellers to maximize sales following four simple steps.

By avoiding these 5 common fundraising mistakes you will increase your group’s likelihood of success. Learn from your mistakes. Forgive yourself. Fundraising is both a science and an art form.

By being intentional and showing your appreciation in small and large ways, you not only create a culture of gratitude, you pay a return on the volunteer’s effort and dedication to your mission.

Don’t make the critical mistake of undervaluing your volunteers. Following these volunteer retention strategies and build lasting relationships with your volunteers.

We’ve discussed Choosing a Winning Fundraising Product for your Team before however there is much more behind successful fundraising campaigns than choosing the right product. This is such an important topic for school administrators, PTO/PTA leaders, and non profit groups that it is worth taking a deeper dive.

Elementary School Fundraisers use incentives because they work. Get all your students involved by using proper incentives and social motivation.

There are some common misconceptions about fundraising that have influenced fundraising practices over the years. Read on to get the facts for these 5 fundraising myths and learn how to avoid making costly mistakes.