Fundraising is hard. With fundraising minimums set high for many charities, the task can seem overwhelming. I have raised over $10,000 over four seasons for Team in Training. In addition, I have volunteered for countless school fundraising events. I have worked hard and learned a few things along the way and compiled this creative and fun list of fundraising ideas. You are guaranteed to find one that will make your fundraising endeavor a success! If you are a sporting club try to get hold of some signed jerseys or balls. Again ask around. I discovered that a man I worked with was good friends with World Champion Boxer Kostya Tzu… a few weeks later I had a signed pair of boxing clubs on my desk. Offer to pay for and supply the item that you want signed – make it easy.
The best way to get reviews is to create a review me business card that will sent your customer to your blog where you have an area for getting reviews with links to review pages like google places and yahoo or yelp. Give the card to your customer and about 10% will give you a review. I have tested this and it works very good and will raise your rank in google places.
hiii…i m opening a store for all type of craft items , fashion jewellery, German silver items, kurties, bags, etc.i m confused for my store or boutique name. please help me give ideas for finding the name of store. I want classy, unique and tredy name.
It has been suggested — and I agree — that the most important thing about style for men past the age of fifty is quality and neatness. That’s not to say that you need to spend an entire paycheck on a rack of Italian silk ties, but it does mean finding a few good ties and throwing down a few extra bucks for the quality. In general, your best policy is to buy a few very high-quality items and pair them in a variety of ways. It’s always possible, if you think about it and, more importantly, care about it, to find ways to look better. We’re not rich, but we’re not quite as poor as we, perhaps, were as young men. It’s perfectly acceptable to spend a little extra to look our age.
My best deal was the sale of a 60’s character doll by the name of Blythe.” She had a small body and an over-sized head, but when you pulled her cord, the eye colors changed four times. This was bought at a garage sale in the late 70’s. I sold her in early 2001 when the Ebay fever was boiling for $1250 to a Japanese buyer. She sat quietly in a china cabinet for many years, until I saw how much money people were paying for these dolls. Sorry Blythe, everyone has a price!
I think that opportunities come in our lives when we need them and just after the time I decided direct sales wasn’t a fit anymore, a friend shared some information on a consumer direct marketing model, not MLM that made total sense for us! It helped me be a smarter shopper and safer consumer. Wellness has been my passion my whole life (I am a health educator) and I loved the idea of helping others do the same. Getting paid to market for a manufacturer and their store and not have to sell product, carry inventory or meet sales quotas brings alot of time freedom.