Fundraisers: A Better Idea
An Overview of the Challenge
The most daunting and time-consuming activity fancier clubs face is fundraising. Most challenging is the decision to focus on items that will both excite and create good revenue that will support your research and rescue activities. Also you must strive to minimize being stuck with the leftover and outdated products.
We have a better and more lucrative proposal. Raffle the commissioning of a portrait painting by Nan. Here are the benefits of this approach.
- Expand your fundraising beyond your club membership The advantage of commissioning a portrait painting for your club fundraiser is that your are not restricted by the subject matter. In contrast to raffling items or even completed painting you can broaden the appeal of a painting yet to be painted. The winner can have their special dog portrayed. Extend your support beyond your club or even your breed, from Grandma with her Fifi to the race horse owner. Also possible are animals outside the domestic, such as wildlife!
- Increase your funding goals Expanding your funding base means simply a larger potential outcome. Your funding goals are only limited by the enthusiasm of your ticket sellers!
- to promote your project The Internet is a effective and affordable avenue to advertise your project. It is a really underutilized resource by many clubs. You can expand your support range regionally, nationally, and even globally. We can assist your club's webmaster in designing a page if needed, and we will add a featured page on our website to help direct traffic to your project. We also advise that you set up a PayPal account so that you can expedite selling your tickets online. You will sell more tickets.
- Celebrate the winner, publish the results We will update our featured page with the winner's painting. Don't forget to announce the winner! It is the very best advertising for your next fundraising project!
Contact us and get your project started. Here are some more examples of Nan's work.
Newfoundland - in private collection of H J Hersey, MD
Hunter - in private collection of P Walker
Gleaners - in private collection