Top Tips to Keep in Mind When Charity Fundraising

April 20, 2020by mark0

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It is not uncommon for a charity to use a small percentage of its donations in order to raise awareness about the services that it provides and hold fundraisers. After all, the majority of registered charities in the UK rely on the generosity of the general public to continue making a difference, however these efforts are futile if the people do not know about its existence. Luckily, volunteers can also hold charity fundraisers too! Read on as we go over three top tips to keep in mind…

Set a Goal

There are a variety of different ways that fundraising can be carried out, however these efforts can be fruitless without a designated goal in mind. After all, it gives volunteers something to aim for and ensures that they their attention remains focused at all times. In addition to this, a goal can be monetary, sign up or simply time based which allows people to hold personalised fundraisers.

Use Social Media

Social platforms like Facebook and Twitter have managed to change the way that we interact, communicate and, most importantly, advertise. As a result, raising awareness about a charity fundraising event through social media can raise awareness and increase the number of people that attend or donate.

Follow Ups

It is important to remember that some people are not in a position to offer a donation at the time of asking, however they may able to at a later date. As a result, following up with potential donors through an email or phone call can be the difference between reaching a goal or not. In addition to this, it also reminds people about the existence of a charity, which can often slip the mind due to the sheer number of registered UK organisations.

Here at Speed of Sight, we work hard in order to provide the blind and disabled with the experience of sitting behind the wheel of a car and feeling the wind in their hair. With this said, our service relies on your help! Luckily, there are a variety of different ways to raise awareness and spread the message, especially when it comes to charity fundraising. To find out more information, get in contact with a member of the Speed of Sight team today!

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