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Cancer is nothing to mess around with. People are being diagnosed and fighting this illness on a daily basis. It’s hard on the patients, caregivers and families alike. One saving grace everyone can agree upon is hope.
One way to help combat cancer is to throw a fundraiser. Be the change that you want to see in the world by taking an active role in fighting back. While it’s a challenging project to take on, it’s worth it in the end. Do your homework, plan ahead and have confidence that you have the ability to host an amazing event. See these tips for throwing a successful fundraiser.
What’s going to help you get through putting on a big party is the planning phase. Prepare well ahead of time by making a timeline and lists you can follow. This way you’ll know what’s going on at all times and can refer to it to keep you in line as your life gets busy with other obligations. Pick a date and time you know won’t be in the way of any other big happenings or sporting events in the community.
Get the Word Out
Your best bet for getting a large turnout of guests is to spread the word early. Send a save-the-date invitation, start a social media page and make a flyer that you can post around town and online. You want everyone who’s invited to be marking their calendars and well aware of when and where your fundraiser is taking place. Make your invites and flyers flashy so your guests are excited about attending. Create a call list if necessary and have your children reach out to your guest list to see if they’re coming and have any questions.
Serve Delicious Food
One way to win over the hearts of your guests is to serve outstanding food. Cater in or work with the venue to put out a nice display of appetizers that guests are welcomed with when they enter the building. If it’s a formal event, have everyone sit down to a beautiful dinner that’s made to perfection. Remember that you don’t want to send people home without offering them dessert and coffee. The food is what gets your guests talking and raving about your event.
Host a Raffle
You can’t have a fundraiser event without a raffle. Sell tickets ahead of time and at the event to try and raise as much money as possible. Have spectacular prizes that people want to win and brag about to their friends. Remind guests where the proceeds go and how every penny they donate goes to helping fight cancer. If you want people to stick around longer, tell them they have to be present to win the prizes.
Hosting any kind of event is a challenging job, but it can be done with the right mindset and attitude. Keep in mind what you’re raising money for to help you stay motived. These are tips for throwing a successful fundraiser.