Your group needs money, that much is clear. You’ve crunched the numbers again and again and you just can’t seem to make ends meet. So you need to run a fundraiser to help boost your income into a reasonable range again. This is where we come in, providing you with a range of great fundraising ideas that can help you reach your financial goals.
You may have looked at our magazine’s fundraiser and wondered if it would work for you and your group.
The good news is that magazines are a fantastic idea for so many groups, simply because of the hugely discounted pricing structure and the popularity of the product. There are very few situations in which we might not recommend a magazine fundraiser. Basically as long as young children are not your chief market, you should be fine.
You want to aim a magazine fundraiser at adults, families, and businesses with a waiting room or reception area. Businesses, in particular, are great to approach because they often like to help good causes, and they’re always looking for ways to make their front office more inviting. I’m sure you’ve noticed that offices almost always have magazine subscriptions; this is your chance to make sure they buy them from you rather than elsewhere.
And there’s no reason they wouldn’t choose your subscriptions over others that are available out there – our magazine’s fundraiser offers 80 of the hottest titles, at prices that are heavily discounted off the cover price. People love to feel like they’re getting a deal, and that’s exactly what you’re giving them.
With titles like Glamour, Country Living, and Golf Digest, there are magazines that will suit everyone from any walk of life. You can feel confident doing a magazine fundraiser no matter what your group goals are, or how many people you have on your fundraising team.