Looking for some unique fundraising ideas?
Over the years, I’ve come across quite a few good ideas for unique fundraisers. You can find a lot of them being discussed in our forum and learn how to raise maximum funds with any of our fundraising event ideas.
Here’s a short list of unique fundraiser ideas:
Cow Plop Bingo
Machine Gun Shoot
National Poetry Slam
Parrots Of The Caribbean
Climbing Mount Everest
Church Toilet Paper Sale
Hopefully, these ideas will get your creative juices flowing so you can come up with your own unique fundraising idea!
For more tips on raising funds for your group, visit Fundraiser Help today!
I am Kimberly Reynolds and the author of Fundraising Success, first published in 2002. I've been writing about fundraising ideas for schools. churches and youth sports groups since 1999. You can find the latest version of Fundraising Success on Amazon.com. I also have some free reports about getting publicity for your next fundraiser event and how to recruit more volunteers available for you to download at http://www.scribd.com/fundraiserhelp
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hi kimberly, i am considering on holding a raffle locally and online for my chem-dry carpet cleaning franchise in tucson,az. i would like to talk to you or someone who knows a way to do this. i would need to raise a mimimum amount to pay off some equipment,etc. if i could raise a surplus i would be willing to give some to charity or do some kind of split with you. please contact me by e-mail or by phone at 520-886-2210. thanks for your time.
Whether your group is large or small, fundraising ideas are always needed to generate resources for the group’s mission. With fundraising coins, there are several options available that are unique and will help make your fundraiser stand out. Using a sample coin production process, your organization can have a customized coin in hand to promote a fundraiser, to market sales, and to generate public interest in your cause. This product-in-hand is unique as a tool to generate funds. Once donors are identified and money is collected, simply complete the order to exactly how many fundraiser coins are needed. There is no need for inventory, wasted or unused products, or worry about perishables. Many fundraisers provide products that are either consumable or trivial, and almost none of them are customizable with your group’s logo or mission statement. Donors who purchase a fundraiser coin will have something that will last forever and will always be mindful of your mission that they helped to support.
Another option for groups with a large monetary goal in mind is to have fundraising coins made for different levels of giving. For example, a $20 pledge could earn a bronze coin, $50 for a silver coin, $100 for a gold coin, and $500 for a platinum (rhodium) coin. The versatility of metals used for production of coins allows your organization to work with the manufacturer to create a design once but have multiple finished products using that design.
Very helpful post! This is exactly what I was looking for. Thanks for the info. I’ll definately visit again!