If you have been a part of music fundraisers before, then you already know how great it feels at the end when you know your fundraising team has done the best it can, and you can rejoice in the pride of that accomplishment.
But if it is your turn now to step up and actually be in charge of the fundraising effort this time, that can be a whole different ball game. After all, there’s a lot of responsibility on your shoulders now, and you want to do the best you can so that your music fundraisers are just as successful as they’ve always been.
Communication and delegation are two important factors in the successful running of music fundraisers. Have a meeting at the very beginning, including everyone who will be on the fundraising team, and any supporting parties or other people involved. Make sure everyone is up to speed on what you plan on doing and how, and measure their responses to your ideas. Also, give people jobs that they feel comfortable and confident with – someone in the group will be good with numbers and accounting, someone else will be good at overseeing the fundraising team out in the field, and someone else will know the best way to advertise music fundraisers.
Use these strengths to your advantage, and delegate jobs accordingly. Of course, you are going to need a great fundraising idea if you want to be successful, and this is where we come in. Depending on the size of your group and your monetary goals, we have a wide variety of music fundraisers that can be appropriate for your situation.
It doesn’t matter if you want a pre-sale or a direct sales fundraiser, we can show you everything you need to know to get started right away. If you’re still in doubt about where to begin, call your fundraising consultant, who will give you all the tips and advice you need for the best music fundraisers ever.