The training mentioned below has passed. To be told of future events, subscribe to Benefit Auction Ideas. ============ The first benefit auction I ever conducted was awful. Really awful. (You can hear this story "live" in my free call, "The Five Myths Holding You Back From Making Big Money at Your Auction Fundraiser.") About 8 years ago, I'd been paid by a Pennsylvania art company to conduct an all-art auction. As a hired gun, I was to arrive onsite at a given time and conduct the
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Occasionally a puppy will be listed as one of the items for sale in a gala auction. If you're considering selling a dog at your event, please watch this video. You'll learn tips to help ensure the animal gets started off on the right foot with its new family. Watch the video below.
In this video, learn how a very simple tool can help you dramatically improve your auction raffle sales AND keep guests happily shopping in your silent auction. Watch the video below.================ Raffles can vastly improve their takes when you make simple changes, like the suggestion I gave in this video. And for more advanced raffle help, here's your resource. In this 90-minute training, you'll learn how and why some raffles are top-performing. You'll even get some bonuses ... like
There are a number of entertainment options that will work at a gala. Though portrait photography isn't "cutting edge," here's why it ranks so high when it comes to oldie-but-goodie auction fundraiser ideas. Watch the video below.
Last Friday, my friend Sandy Rees of Get Fully Funded released her new book, "Get Fully Funded: How to Raise the Money of your Dreams." Sandy always has great ideas, so I interviewed her on the topic of where to get volunteers for your benefit auction. Here's what I learned. Listen to the podcast below.