INFOGRAPHIC: Choose Your Next Fundraising Event

| January 4, 2017

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As a non-profit, finding new and inventive ways to raise funds is imperative to the overall success of an organization. With the seemingly never-ending list of options, how do you know which fundraising event will have the biggest impact? Although door-to-door sales are a thing of the past, more money is being made from themed events and runs than was ever made selling wrapping paper. But each type of fundraising event has its own strengths and weaknesses. In choosing a fundraising event for your nonprofit, you should consider your cause, audience, and circumstances. In this infographic from Maximillion, you’ll learn about several types of events and if they are suitable for the needs of your organization.

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