For a terminally ill little girl at my school Since the trial drugs she needs are $50,000 for 6 months worth of pills, our school would like to hold a benefit night for her and her family. Any ideas welcome. Thanks.
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27-02-2015 11:35 #1
Fundraising benefit ideas....
27-02-2015 11:43 #2
Trivia night. Hopefully the school would lend you their hall rent free. Can ask local businesses for donations of prizes...or just keep it small like a bag of Mars Bars and the satisfaction of winning, etc. People bring their own food/drink for their own table - so no catering. Depends what your school community is like and how big they are as to how well this would work.
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27-02-2015 11:52 #3
A cent sale. With a silent auction for any big donations.
Most places will donate something.
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27-02-2015 14:35 #4
27-02-2015 14:41 #5
Black tie ball. Include an auction of donated goods.
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27-02-2015 14:43 #6
ask for free advertising in your local community newspaper/ tv/ every media available. often people will just donate, businesses might offer a voucher or some larger item to raffle. contact your local RSL, I have found them fantastic for supporting the community. pie drives/ lamington drives/ they take a lot of effort and a lot of hands to work,, a big charity event like a bush dance, or concert night, is a big effort, but you see the result immediately. Also. the local member of parliament, they have some emergency funds that might be available. hugs, I hope you have a good result. marie
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